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  • Blog Post: Forefront Endpoint Protection 2010 Update Rollup 1

    By Adwait Joshi Hello, An Update Rollup for Forefront Endpoint Protection 2010 is now available here: http://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/?LinkId=223229 . In addition to hotfixes, this Update also includes some important changes to note: Support for Windows Embedded 7 platforms : With this...
  • Blog Post: Logparsing FCS to find files that were infected

    Happy New Year! Kurt Falde, one of our CSS Support Engineers, posted a great blog post about how to parse FCS logs to discover the names of the infected files. The post can be found on Kurt's blog, Stuff n Things (http://blogs.technet.com/kfalde/archive/2009/12/22/logparsing-fcs-to-find-files-that...
  • Blog Post: Keeping FCS up to date

    FCS antimalware updates are classified in WSUS as critical updates. Therefore, if you want to automatically approve these updates you must create a rule for the Forefront Client Security product and the Critical Updates category in WSUS. There are two items to note: Antimalware client updates (not definition...
  • Blog Post: Update packaging changes…

    Hey folks, Just a heads up that the way in which the FCS definition updates are packaged is being revised. We wanted to announce that the antimalware definitions team has released a set of improvements that will drastically reduce both the size of the definition downloads for: Microsoft Update...
  • Blog Post: Ever wonder what's in a definition update?

    And what the various files in the update do ? And what the different types of udpates are? If you're reading this, I bet you have. And our friends over on the CSS team have authored a KB article (977939) that answers all those questions. You can find the article here: http://support.microsoft.com...