facebook This is a Step-By-Step guide for using SCCM2007 to Deploy Forefront Client Security Client Agents. Note: The package with just created is used for installing the x86 client agent. Fill in the proper details and on the command line, write the full path to the removal script. If not, you can find more information about configuring SCCM accounts on: Note: you configure things you want under advanced or mom maintenance if you wish, but this is not necessary. FCS Policy configured and deployed on client machines. Windows Update policy Configured and deployed on client machines. Client Installation Files (the Client directory on the installation CD) on a […] " class="ir icon-in" This is a Step-By-Step guide for using SCCM2007 to Deploy Forefront Client Security Client Agents. Then select the specified distribution point you wish to distribute your package from (the default choice should be the SCCM server itself). In addition, we cannot select all x86 2000 and XP since the FCS client is limited to 2000SP4 and XPSP2, so pay attention and check only the proper platforms. Note: you should have configured by the administrative account used to install programs. Go through the Adavanced, Windows Installer , MOM Maintenance and summery pages and click close. I've chosen 6 hours since I'm downloading the new definitions every days using a script and updating the installation package everyday to be installed with the newest definitions. For that, right click the distribution points - New Distribution points. On the distribution points wizard, walk through the welcome screen and on to the Copy package window. On the Run selection, I recommend using hidden in order not to disturb your users while deploying FCS. Then limit the platforms this program can run upon: since we are currently building a package using the x86 client agent version, we need to select only x86 platforms. On the Environment page, choose that program can run whether or not the user is logged on (which automatically checks the "Run with administrative rights" option.For more information and direct links to the definition files see here (or refer to the Powershell script below). Download File($x64S3, $x64D3) This is great for one off downloads, but we want to automate the task.I’ve put together a Powershell script to download the 6 definition update files to a UNC path. Link ID=121721&clcid=0x409&arch=x64" $x64D1 = "\server\SCEPUpdates\x64\mpam-fe.exe" $x64S2 = "//go.microsoft.com/fwlink/? The next step is to create a schedule task to the run the script every x hours.
For those of you running the Microsoft Client Security on your network computers, here is a bit of relief on definition updates.
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All the information I've seen online are about how to get unmanaged clients to be managed by FCS and MOM. I have a lab I can test this with so no problem with getting it wrong the first time but I'd rather save time, really.
I understand that this may be counter productive, but all this automation makes me lazy and not check any of the workstations for some light maintenance because I know something's behind me to take care of it for me.