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I am having an extremely frustrating issue with Forefront 2010 integrated on SCCM 2007 R3, i have set up e-mail alerts and would like these alerts to be sent to our computer technicians. My alert structure is setup as follows: Collections: - #Location Based collections - School Abbreviation (ie. WDCS) (I have about 40 of these abbreviated school names) User Accounts: - SCCM Admins: Rights: - All Rights - IT Techs - Contains computer technician (delegated users) Rights: - Class: Collection, Permissions: Read, Use Remote Tools, Read Resource - Class: Package, Permissions: Read - Class: Advertisement, Permissions: Read - Class: Status Message, Permissions: Read - Class: Site, Permissions: Read - Class: Query, Permissions: Read, Modify, Create - Class: Report, Permissions: Read Anyone who is a memaber of SCCM Admins is successfully recieving e-mail notifications from forefront, however anyone in the IT techs group is not. If i send a test e-mail it sends to all users regardless of group memberhip. This is leading me to believe that member of the it techs group simply do no thave required permissions to recieve forefront email notifications regarding malware outbreaks even though they have read permissions on class: report. Does anyone have any suggestions, is there any further information that i can provide? Thanks
Hello guys, <obligatory long time lurker first time poster speech></> So, I've successfully installed FEP 2010 with an existing Sccm2007R3 installation in my test environment. I can now see the Forefront generated collections for Deployed, Pending, etc. I also see the newly made Packages for Forefront Deployment, Operations and Policies. My problem is that I've been following this guide over on the netNext site (http://blog-en.netvnext.com/2010/12/deploying-fep-2010-rc-to-client-systems.html) but I'm a bit foggy on the details. You deploy Policy first to your clients, and that instructs them to install the client? Or you do the Policy and Deployment programs both, which installs the client? Its a bit confusing. So my question is this: how are you guys doing this? Whats the smartest/best/sure-fire way to get the FEp2010 client installed on my test machines through SCCM, and have them look to SCCM for their policy? Thank you!