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  1. I used WinDirStat and show that the WinSxS folder is eating 8.5Gb, but can't get rid of those. The largest space SQL related is the Update Cache, but only 1.5gb
  2. We are running 1902 with the Hotfix rollup. Server 2012 R2, 32GB RAM. OS is installed on C:\ (102GB), SQL DB installed on E:\ (199GB), and SCCM is installed on F:\ (1.70 TB). My C:\ drive is completely full, ie 0 bytes free. What can I do to free up some of this space so I can actually use the Admin console again? I've tried to go through and clean up things but there isn't much else I can do (that I know of). Is my C:\ drive just not big enough or will it just fill up more if we add space? Any help would be appreciated.
  3. I just updated our Windows 10 image with the newest 1903 version. Previously in my 1803 image, I used a cmd to turn off User Account Control during the task sequence using the following: cmd.exe /c reg add "HKLM\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Policies\System" /v "EnableLUA" /t REG_DWORD /d 0 /f That had been working just fine. I took the exact same OS Task Sequence and just changed the OS image package and now every user, including administrators, are prompted when an .exe runs. (specifically whoami) which puts username, IP, ect on the desktop which makes supporting these devices much easier. Running other .exe's don't bring up this prompt from what I can tell so far. I verified UAC is actually set to not notify. Why does this app bring up the notification every time?
  4. That definitely helps! I was racking my brain trying to figure out why it didn't show up.
  5. I'm noticing that on some of my devices, the SCEP icon does not show in the taskbar to be able to run manual scans. Is this normal? Even thought the software shows in Programs and Features, it's not in the taskbar. I guess maybe I'm a bit confused. I've setup SCCM with all the antimalware policies and other settings. Do I even need to install the SCEP client on Windows 10 machines? All I have on them is Windows Security, did that take the place of Windows defender?
  6. We are getting ready to get rid of our AV solution and are looking to use SCCM Endpoint Protection instead. Is this enough? Are we still going to be protected as we were with a full blown AV? We are fully Windows 10 going forward. Is there a document that will walk me through setting this all up? Is there a way to setup email alerts when a virus / malware / other security alert is found? Anything else we need to know before starting?
  7. We have about 3000 pc's this would be used for management. Would that fall under the "large number"?
  8. Been looking for some recommendations but can't find any. Can MBAM be installed directly on the SCCM server or do they need to be separated on different hardware?
  9. Thank you for the information. I have set this up for a few test pc's before we roll it out to the org.
  10. Currently running CM1806 and looking into Endpoint Protection as a replacement for our current AV. I have the role installed and tested it to 1 pc and it all seems great, but I don't know where to go from here? Is there some kind of setup guide I can follow with best practices included? I have a lot of questions before I even begin really testing this? What OS's is this compatible with? Will it work on Server OS's (2008, 2012, 2016)? Just looking for some guidance on what my next steps should be.
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