Support for System Center Endpoint Protection (SCEP) for Mac and Linux (all versions) ends on December 31, 2018. Availability of new virus definitions for SCEP for Mac and SCEP for Linux may be discontinued after the end of support. This discontinuation may occur without notice. If you are using any version of SCEP for Mac or SCEP for Linux, plan to migrate to a replacement endpoint protection product for Mac and Linux clients.
How does this affect me?
- Starting today, customers with active deployments of SCEP for Mac will have the option to get ESET Endpoint Security for Mac. If you qualify, log in to the Microsoft Volume License Service Center (VLSC) to get more information. Further details are available on the download pages for the various versions of System Center Endpoint Protection.
- No replacement is being made available for SCEP for Linux.
- If you are using Configuration Manager current branch version 1810 or later, Management Insights will help alert you to the presence of Mac and Linux clients in your environments.
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