Some definition updates might also include antimalware engine updates, which might take longer to reach distribution points.
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For CSS-IT or departmental IT supported systems that are institutionally owned and are managed with Big Fix, the Endpoint Engineering and Infrastructure (EEI) team ( manages Windows Defender for supported Windows 8.1 and Windows 10 clients. if installed, Symantec antivirus will be uninstalled before installing SCEP.
For more information on CSS-IT supported computers please contact CSS-IT at 510-664-9000 options 1, 1, or send e-mail to [email protected] The Big Fix service offers client inventory, patch management, and anti-malware protection. For personally-owned systems and unmanaged university-owned computers, UC Berkeley recommends Windows Defender for Windows 8.1 and Windows 10 computers and offers Microsoft's System Center Endpoint Protection (SCEP) anti-virus/anti-malware software to current UC Berkeley faculty, staff, students and select affiliates.
Unfortunately, this Tech Net article is the only official documentation but it’s mentioning only Windows 10 Technical Preview, no word about Windows 10 RTM.
Might only be a matter of updating their documentation.
All SEP client software must be removed from campus systems.
SCEP Client for Windows Vista, Win 7, Windows 8/8.1 (recommended only for Windows Vista and Windows 7) not compatible with Windows 10 File Name: SW_DVD5_Sys_Ctr_Endpnt_Prtctn_1511_Multi Lang_EP_for_Windows_MLF_X20-81117.zip-or-SW_DVD5_Sys_Ctr_Endpnt_Prtctn_1511_Multi Lang_EP_for_Windows_MLF_X20-81117.
You can configure Configuration Manager software updates to deliver definition updates to client computers by configuring automatic deployment rules.
Before you start, ensure that you have configured Configuration Manager software updates.
If you have already deployed Windows 10 in your environment, you might have encountered an issue where your Endpoint Protection policies are applied but the malware definitions are not updated.
Some have found a way to work around this problem by extracting the Endpoint Protection installer and make Endpoint Protection malware definitions automatically update.
Please see the following posts for details: Microsoft antimalware support for Windows XP and FEP and SCEP anti-malware protection support after OSes reach end-of-life.