usr src updating Sophos configure updating grayed out

The fix for this was to copy the file from the cid and rename it to orig.

Copy these two files into the RMF folder of the CID.

Updated: March 24, 2016Applies To: System Center 2012 R2 Endpoint Protection, System Center 2012 Configuration Manager, System Center 2012 Configuration Manager SP1, System Center 2012 Configuration Manager SP2, System Center 2012 R2 Configuration Manager, System Center 2012 Endpoint Protection SP1, System Center 2012 Endpoint Protection, System Center 2012 R2 Configuration Manager SP1If you manage endpoint protection for Windows 10 computers, then you must configure System Center 2012 Configuration Manager to update and distribute malware definitions for Windows Defender.

The issue I have is that it is no longer connected to the central management server (by design - it's now in a DMZ).

I want to change the Auto Update schedule, however it is greyed out and will no longer allow me to push from the master server as previously mentioned.

Alerts inform the administrator when specific events have occurred, such as a malware infection.

Alerts are displayed in the Alerts node of the Monitoring workspace, or optionally can be emailed to specified users.

Ensure that you have configured antimalware policies before you deploy the Endpoint Protection client.

When you install an Endpoint Protection point, an Endpoint Protection client is installed on the server hosting the Endpoint Protection point.

If web protection or web control is turned on while an incompatible third-party LSP is running, system instability can occur.

Therefore, if a third-party LSP that is known to be incompatible is already installed on the computer, the Sophos LSP is not installed. This version of Sophos Endpoint is supported on Windows 7 and later client operating systems. It is now possible to automatically migrate a computer managed by Sophos Enterprise Console or Sophos Control Center to be managed by Sophos Central.

So a user can get their Exchange email settings from one policy and their Wi-Fi settings from another. You can use an additional policy to apply different settings for all the security features, or just for selected features.

The order in which you arrange the policies (the order shown on the Policies page) determines which settings are applied for each security feature.

The order in which you put the policies on the page matters, as this decides the priority given to a policy. You cannot split up the malware protection settings across several different policies in such a way that a user gets one setting from one policy and another setting from a different policy.