Packt is thrilled to announce the publication of Microsoft System Center 2012 Endpoint Protection Cookbook, a new book and eBook aimed at implementing System Center 2012 Endpoint Protection with a very practical recipe-based approach. This book is available now in print, eBook, Kindle and select library formats. The print book comes in at over 208 pages and is competitively priced at $40.49, whilst the e-book and Kindle versions are available for $22.94.
About the Author:
Andrew Plue is a senior consultant in the Secure Infrastructure Management group at Certified Security Solutions (CSS). He has immense experience of 18 years in information security, with a focus on vulnerability detection, and corporate anti-virus solutions.
Microsoft System Center 2012 is a comprehensive management platform that enables developers to manage multiple hypervisors, physical resources, and applications in a single offering, versus multiple fragmented point solutions delivered by competitors. It is the most cost effective and flexible platform for managing traditional datacenters, private, public clouds, and client computers and devices.
Microsoft System Center 2012 Endpoint Protection Cookbook cover the details of migrating from a legacy AV solution to SCEP. This book enables system administrators and engineers to build the best possible SCEP policies, deployment plan, package, procedures for their workstations, servers and also discover the hidden potential of command line utilities using System Center 2012 EndPoint Protection.
Using this practical cookbook, filled with quick and easy recipes, readers will not only be able perform operational tasks via the SCCM console, but also take the full advantage of the SCEP dashboard. They will understand to configure, automate various reporting features and also prepare for disaster recovery scenarios using SCCM and run with a range of common tasks accomplished with the local SCEP client.
Some of the chapters emphasized in this book are:
Chapter 1: Getting Started with Client-Side Endpoint Protection Tasks
Chapter 2: Planning and Rolling Installation
Chapter 3: SCEP Configuration
Chapter 4: Client Deployment Preparation and Deployment
Chapter 5: Common Tasks
Chapter 6: Management Tasks
Chapter 7: Reporting
Chapter 8: Troubleshooting
Chapter 9: Building an SCCM 2012 Lab
Style/Approach This will be a beginner to intermediate cookbook which will not only include step by step instructions for completing tasks within Endpoint Protection 2010, but also include real world examples for illustrating the methods.
A few of the recent Microsoft titles that Packt has released are:
Microsoft System Center Service Manager 2012 Cookbook: RAW (published)
Microsoft Windows Identity Foundation Cookbook (published)
Microsoft Windows Server AppFabric Cookbook (published)
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Microsoft System Center 2012 Endpoint Protection Cookbook
Over 30 simple but incredibly effective recipes for installing and managing System Center 2012 Endpoint Protection
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