Hello everyone, here is part 6 of a series focusing on Endpoint Protection integration with Configuration Manager. This series is recorded by @Steve Rachui, a Microsoft principal premier field engineer.
This session focuses on how Configuration Manager integrates with Exploit Guard and can be used to deliver Exploit Guard settings. Steve also discusses what Exploit Guard is and why it is important.
Next in the series Steve focuses on how Configuration Manager integrates with Windows Defender Application Guard and how it can be used to enforce Windows Defender Application Guard settings.
Posts in the series
This feature would be awesome but unfortunately it has a few bugs.
1. Wildcards are not working at all
2. At the moment I try to change the controlled folder access from audit to block, but the policy has no effect on a server 2019.
At the moment I think about use GPOs instead or open a premier ticket. I think I will try GPO, for me the faster way…
@Mike808 Thank you for the feedback. If you haven’t already, please send-a-frown from the console about these (one per issue).
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