This study guide is for those who wish to become familiar with Microsoft Forefront Endpoint Protection (FEP) and System Center Endpoint Protection (SCEP). As always, these resources are available online and free of charge.
Forefront Endpoint Protection (FEP)/System Center Endpoint Protection (SCEP)
Top Level Site: http://www.microsoft.com/fep
System Center 2012 Endpoint Protection
These videos and audios offer Forefront Endpoint Protection tips, news and interviews that you can listen to at your convenience.
These forums provide administrators opportunities to engage in discussions related to Forefront Endpoint Protection. It is a place where questions can be asked and answered, where you can review conversations on relevant topics by other administrators, and where you can interact with other IT Professionals.
Forefront Endpoint Protection 2010 Support
On this site, you can search an extensive database for answers to technical issues. This site allows you to locate relevant Knowledge Base (KB) articles, as well as enabling you to search by events or error codes.
Here, administrators can download both FEP 2010 as well as the FEP 2010 Security Management Pack for use with System Center Operations Manager (SCOM)
These blogs are where experts in Forefront Technologies post their thoughts, relevant information, news, and general guidance. They are very useful methods for administrators tor remain up to date on the latest information related to Forefront Endpoint Protection
Too many businesses are neglecting endpoint security and putting company data at risk
Hi All,Not sure if this is the right forum for this kind of discussion but may be you can provide me some pointers.I am trying to automate something where I am looking some cmdlets of powershell by which I can exclude some directories/file in Anti-Virus Exclusion List for ForeFront Endpoint.I checked Forefront Management Shell cmdlets but didn’t find any relevant command for this.Thanks to help me in this,Prem Chugh