We hope to Enhanced SCEP Client's Advanced Protection Features
We hope to Enhanced SCEP Client's Advanced Protection features
① Add Exploit Prevention Features
② Add Network Intrusion Protection Features
③ Add Network Filter URL Protection Features
④ Add Anti-Ransomware the File Backup Features
⑤ Improved Anti-Malware Engine More Malware Detection
⑥ Improved user interface operation and function
⑦ Improved Behavior Analysis Detected Malware subsequent rollback Features
Thanks for your feedback! We have to mark this item as declined as we don’t own these components. Its in different product group (SCEP/Defender).
Milan Krocek commented
Can someone paste the link where SCEP/Defender team operates? Some SCEP feedback website...
We use this this feature: Add Network Filter URL Protection Features in our AV, but we would like to have it in SCEP...
Andrew Gall commented
Then make that team answerable to your bloody team. Defender is the free product for the masses, , we pay good money for SCCM/SCEP licensing and we want enterprise grade AV for it.
Jon Lee commented
Thanks Bob, Took you 2 years to decline that.
Would like to see the ability to have a custom threat list. The ability to add a custom file name or extension should be added.
Adrian Bishop commented
any update on this one. This is an area that requires much attention
We used it for a while and moved on. I cannot recommend it. 8(
Andres Galvan commented
also add Script Scanning it was on SCCM without SP1 but in the new releases it doesn't appear
I desperately want to move our organization to SCEP but I'm having a difficult time convincing the decision-makers. Our network security guy consulted his colleagues at other organizations and came back with this quote...
"I’ll gladly be the first to say that Microsoft’s System Center Endpoint Protection (Forefront) offering is barebones and ridiculously bad at doing anything other than signature-based detection. You can add me to the “Hate it” list, it just wastes so much of our time. If behavioral analysis, file reputation, browser IPS, host integrity, or any other advanced antimalware feature is not desirable for your endpoints then maybe I’d consider it. Also, if you are looking for an antimalware client that has a small footprint and does pretty much nothing, then maybe you might want to consider SCEP."
He also points out this Gartner magic quadrant...
Anything Microsoft can do to enhance the capabilities of SCEP beyond simple AV scanning and reporting will give me more to come back with the next time our Symantec license is up for renewal.