SCEP support for Windows Server 2016 Core
Support for Endpoint protection on Windows Server 2016 Core.
Jeremy Herbison commented
Out of votes, but yes - Server core is now the default install option for Server 2016, and the SCCM team is supposed to be more integrated with the Server team! Come on!
Robert Leftwich commented
What is the use on deploying a low attack surface server without endpoint virus protection? I can't deploy a headless Windows 2016 server core database server because it can't run Endpoint.
Harshal Mahajan commented
Defender doesn't have policy management option via SCCM, which is making difficult to make changes to it. Even though it is an autonomous agent and can add exclusions automatically.
I cannot install SCEP(SCCM 2012 r2) on win server 2016.
Is it supported on win 2016 or have to use windows defender on Win 2016
John Storbeck commented
Same issue for a very large customer moving to SCCM CB and taking a Core First approach to servers. This is a significant issue
Ryan Mueller commented
Not having support for Windows Server 2016 Core is a blocking issue for our environment. Having a centrally-controlled antimalware and antivirus solution is very important, and the omission of support for Core installations is another reason not to deploy Core.