Running Antivirus Software on a DPM Server

 fepEndpoint Protection 2010

Based on the TechNet article for running antivirus on a DPM 2010 server found here, I have created a performance optimized policy for DPM 2010.

After creating the optimized policy I have unchecked behavior monitoring in the real-time settings then made these additions:

Disable real-time monitoring of these two folders within the DPM program files:

Disable real-time monitoring of dpmra.exe on the DPM server

Disable real-time monitoring of csc.exe on the DPM server (optional)

Delete infected files on protected servers and the DPM server

As a best practice if you going to deploy the endpoint protection client software to a DPM server, you should create and deploy the policy first.  It is not required to use performance optimized, this was my choice for my lab.

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Posted on November 22, 2010 at 2:05 am by Ronnie · Permalink
In: Data Protection Manager, Forefront Endpoint Protection

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