Endpoint client not updating updating old cupboards
All of your SCEP updates are going to come through Software Updates: Definitions, product updates and engine updates.Just make sure on your patching catalog that you are syncing and deploying the following products and classifications: Forefront Endpoint Protection 2010, Windows Defender, "Critical Updates", "Definition Updates"Don't worry about the version of the initial install. https://blogs.technet.microsoft.com/configurationmgr/2018/02/05/monthly-antimalware-platform-updates-for-windows-defender/That helps. I was able to deploy the new version to one of the 2008R2 servers and it updated as needed and everything seems to be working now.Error 4005 would make me think about “Access Denied” error but it doesn’t make any sense.
If endpoints are not managed by SCCM, they will first have to be provisioned for the SCCM service (see 67714) before following these steps.
When you look at the client it's referring to, it shows the status as having been sent, and no status of restarting pending is shown in the registry (client was restarted anyway).
Re-running the summarization and refreshing has not worked over a period of hours.
Clicking on the “Antimalware policy application failed” brings us to the list of machine.
On the bottom, clicking on the “Antimalware Policy” tab shows the error : You can see that my policy “Endpoint Protection CTX 4.5, 6.0 & 6.5” is failing.