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  1. Option to set security scopes for SCEP policies

    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.

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  2. SCEP support for Windows Server 2016 Core

    Support for Endpoint protection on Windows Server 2016 Core.

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  3. SCEP for Mac - Add support for macOS High Sierra 10.13

    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.

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  4. SCEP: Option for admins to turn off scanning of Network Drives without adding exclusions

    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.

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