Introduction This post demonstrates how Symantec Endpoint Protection (SEP) agent is deployed within a domain. Symantec endpoint protection manager supports intra domain SEP agent deployment, next time I would want to try if it is possible to do inter domain SEP agent deployment. I have downloaded SEP trialware and tried it on my VM workstation. … Continue reading SEPM:Remote SEP deployment within a domain
Enable Computer Browser service SEPM has to discover the computers within the WORKGROUP before it can deploy SEP remotely to the computers. You have to turn on Computer Browser service, by default this service is disabled. You only require this service when SEPM needs to discover and enumerate computers that are destined to manage; once … Continue reading SEPM: Remote SEP deployment within a common WORKGROUP
Running live update from SEPM is different from live update on SEP. From Common task found at the top right hand corner of SEPM, select Run LiveUpdate.
Unmanaged Symantec Endpoint Protection client You can uninstall the unmanaged SEP then deploy SEP from SEPM or you can import the communication setting file to the unmanaged SEP. Export sylink.xml from SEPM and import sylink.xml to SEP You can export communication settings from Default group or you may wish to create your own group and … Continue reading SEPM: Convert an unmanaged SEP client to a managed client
Overview Unlike McAfee ePolicy Orchestrator, SEPM does not have import or virus definition check-in feature that makes virus definition update easy. In an environment where internet is not available, you have to download the .jdb file from symantec website, then copy the file to this path C:\Program Files (x86)\Symantec\Symantec Endpoint Protection Manager\data\inbox\content\incoming this is the … Continue reading SEPM: Offline virus definition update.