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Using System Center Orchestrator to Automate Security Tasks

Posted by CSS Technical Team on Aug 6, 2012 6:44:00 AM

With System Center Configuration Manager 2012, customers have the ability to use Endpoint Protection capabilities to provide anti-malware services and security to servers and clients. However, to reduce administrator touch points and mistakes, we can use the flexibility of System Center Orchestrator to augment and automate standard security processes. In this post, I will demonstrate how to create a runbook to automate the triggering of a full Endpoint Protection malwarescan in response to a malware detected alert within Configuration Manager.

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Topics: Application Publishing, IT Security, Microsoft Security Partner, Microsoft System Center, SCCM 2012, Configuration Manager, Desktop Security, Sysctr, Infrastructure Management, System Center 2012, SCORCH, workflow, SCCM, System Center Orchestrator, System Center Configuration Manager 2012, Anti-Malware, Blog, SCCM client

Integrating APP-V and SCCM 2007

Posted by CSS Technical Team on Apr 12, 2012 5:00:00 AM

Some things were just meant to be…

It’s been a long road getting to here I’m sure. You’ve got a perfectly tuned SCCM 2007 infrastructure, you’ve upgraded to R2, and that installation of service pack 2 is now nothing but a quaint memory. Now you’ve decided to take things to the next level by virtualizing some of your applications. The App-V installation that was on the Microsoft Desktop Optimization Pack was a breeze, and then your greatest dreams are realized! App-V integrates with SCCM! Now you can push virtualized applications and stream them from your distribution points! Offline availability? Not a problem here friends. Life is good.

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Topics: Virtualization, Microsoft System Center, SCCM 2012, Sysctr, Microsoft SCCM, App-V SCCM, System Center Configuration Manager, SCCM, App-V and System Center, Blog, Application Virtualization, App-V

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