Fep clients not updating definitions

20-Sep-2018 00:14

We’ve also made managing Forefront Endpoint Protection (FEP) definition updates no problem. Click Edit Automatic Publication Settings and select the “Automatically Publish Software Updates” checkbox.

Below are the steps you would take set up automatic deployments of FEP definition updates, and ensure they are being deployed peer-to-peer rather than each client connecting over the network to your Config Mgr. In the Assets and Compliance workspace in SCCM, expand Endpoint Protection and click Antimalware Policies. Enable Automatic publication of software updates a. You may also want to select the “Publish All Existing Non-Published Software Updates” checkbox too. For more info or a demonstration of One Site, email [email protected]

And in the end (again) it’s just a stupid button you have to click.

After some searching I found it was an issue with HTTPS and the solution was to disable HTTPS or enable TLS.

I am wondering if I manually install the 4.1 client update if it will take the client updates after that.

I only have about eight Windows 8.1 machines so if I have to do that by hand for now then I will and I think my organization will be moving to Server 2012 and SCCM 2012 this summer sometime.

That doesn’t mean we’re not going to be posting new content for Endpoint Protection, just that you’ll need to look for it over…

Recently I had a client using System Center Endpoint Protection (SCEP) who was having issues with Definitions not being updated across their enterprise.

After some searching I found it was an issue with HTTPS and the solution was to disable HTTPS or enable TLS.I am wondering if I manually install the 4.1 client update if it will take the client updates after that.I only have about eight Windows 8.1 machines so if I have to do that by hand for now then I will and I think my organization will be moving to Server 2012 and SCCM 2012 this summer sometime.That doesn’t mean we’re not going to be posting new content for Endpoint Protection, just that you’ll need to look for it over…Recently I had a client using System Center Endpoint Protection (SCEP) who was having issues with Definitions not being updated across their enterprise.So I enabled TLS on the Server 2008 R2 WSUS server and that fixed the issue with my 8.1 clients not getting updates except for Forefront Endpoint Protection 2010.