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As you are probably aware by now, Forefront Endpoint Protection 2010 (FEP 2010) integrates with SCCM to provide you with one console to manage your entire environment, leveraging your SCCM infrastructure to help deploy anti-malware protection.One of the problems we have with SCCM is the ability to leverage the Software Updates capabilities automatically.First thing we need to do is setup a process to download the definition files automatically.Create the following directories (I'm using the C: drive in this example, but you can use any of those, just make sure to modify the script I reference below) So now that we have the content downloaded, we need SCCM to be made aware of it and download it on a schedule to our DPs. (x86 and x64 packages for the Full and Delta definitions as well as x86 and x64 packages for the full NIS definition if you plan to use NIS).For each software update you wish to deploy, you have to add it to a deployment package as well as a deployment.This is fine for monthly security patches, however this process isn't very good when dealing with anti-virus updates since most vendors release updates multiple times a day.This baseline will allow the 3 Configuration Items to evaluate.Once these CIs have evaluated, the steps below for creating the collections will allow the collections to populate with machines that are out of date with their definitions.
What we'll be doing here is creating 3 different configuration items So now that we have created the 3 CIs, we need to create a baseline to target your machines that have succeeded in deployment of the FEP client.I will walk you through creating one package, you should repeat the process for the other 5 packages.When all is said and done, your General and Data Source tabs of your package should look like this.General Data Source Repeat the above steps for the other 5 packages (3 packages if you aren't planning on pushing out NIS definitions).Once the packages are all created, make sure to send each package to your distribution points.
I'm still trying to track down a link to download these files, and when I do, I'll make sure to post an update here.