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Monitoring Enpoint Protection in Operation Manager

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I'm trying to figure out if it's needed to have a SCOM agent on clients running Endpoint Protection that are configured via SCCM.

 

If the Endpoint Protection Clients are configured via SCCM they can be monitored by SCCM. If you then apply a Endpoint Protection MP to SCOM can you than gather information from SCCM servers (via SCOM Agent) or do you need a SCOM Agent pushed out to all the Endpoint Protection Clients?

 

 

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it looks like you need the SCOM agent installed, see here

 

http://technet.microsoft.com/en-US/library/gg412487.aspx

 

The FEP 2010 Security Management Pack supports agent-managed monitoring. Agent-managed computers have an Operations Manager service installed. This service, which appears as HealthService in the Services list in Computer Management, is the Operations Manager agent. Monitoring computers via agents allows access to all Operations Manager options and functionality; therefore, the vast majority of monitoring is performed this way. In order to monitor FEP 2010 clients, each client must have the Operations Manager agent installed in addition to the FEP 2010 client.

clear.gifNote: In order to monitor FEP 2010 clients, each client must have the Operations Manager agent installed in addition to the FEP 2010 client. For information about deploying FEP 2010 clients, see Client Deployment.

 

Deploying Agents

The first step in monitoring your environment is to deploy agents. You can use any of the following ways to deploy Operations Manager agents:

  • The Discovery Wizard (through the Operations console)
  • The Agent Setup Wizard
  • The MOMAgent.msi program, from the command line
  • Active Directory®, to assign agents to a management group

For more information about working with Operations Manager agents, see Working with Agents (http://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/?LinkId=204242).

For more information about Deploying agents, see Deploying Windows Agents (http://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/?LinkId=204243).

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