SCEP policies do not have the ability to set security scopes. This is a problem because our SCCM is shared by several departments and colleges in the university. For example, someone may inadvertently (or intentionally) modify a policy for DCs which can have a catastrophic effects. Having the ability to set security scopes will restrict who has access to individual SCEP policies.51 votes
Thank you all for the comments and feedback. This is now in CM 1511 release.
Support for Endpoint protection on Windows Server 2016 Core.51 votescompleted · Admindjam (Product Director, or Executive, Microsoft Endpoint Configuration Manager) responded
macOS High Sierra 10.13 was announced nearly 6 months ago for developers and beta testers. It has been released to the public for over 2 months.
Please update the SCEP for Mac application to support the latest version of macOS.43 votescompleted · Admindjam (Product Director, or Executive, Microsoft Endpoint Configuration Manager) responded
see our public announcement about sccm mac av.
I suggest a optional check box to disable the scanning in real-time of files on network drives. Other AV products have such functionality. This would be simpler and more fool proof than adding all network drives a company might have to their exclusion lists.6 votes
This is already there in the product. Closing this. Feel free to send us any feedback you might have.
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