I going off the recommend steps in this KB https://support.symantec.com/en_US/article. The problem I have is the detection rule part, the only way I can think to do this is I have file version rules for the main office apps that a user ...
Hello Tele Fragger, I dont think we need to delete and re-add the columns.
Here is a summary of what we’ll be making sure happens between the SCCM server and the Clients: – The SCCM Agent installs – The Endpoint Protection software installs – That all SCCM and SCEP Policies we defined earlier are enforced – That the SCCM server sets the child server to Active Open the SCCM console on your server and open the Assets and Compliance workspace.
Then navigate to Overview and right-click Device Collections. I named my Device Collection “Endpoint Protection Servers”.
Is there a way to manually update the client policy?
Symantec Endpoint Protection Manager (SEPM) policies are exported in .
This section is more important for shared VDAs like Windows 2008 R2 and Windows 2012 R2.I found that there was a registry entry that was giving me grief with the install, and here are the instructions that I used to fix the problem.So I'm trying to do some usage tracking of office 2010 std but I'm running into an issue and wondering if anyone has any tips on how to tackle this.To change the port, do the following on the Virtual Delivery Agent: Warning: If you are upgrading and have existing Windows 2012 R2 profiles based on the ! variable, see for why your profiles might stop working. Several people in Citrix Discussions reported the following issue: If you see a message about RD Licensing Grace Period has expired even though RD Licensing is properly configured, see Eric Verdumen No remote Desktop Licence Server availible on RD Session Host server 2012.To enable Framehawk, see On 2012 R2 RDSH, the only way to configure Remote Desktop Licensing is using group policy (local or domain). The solution was to delete the REG_BINARY in HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\Current Control Set\Control\Terminal Server\RCM\Grace Period only leaving the default.