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While all of that may sound like good news, Lv pointed to a quirk associated with getting those product updates through the Microsoft Update service.
"When you deploy the anti-malware platform updates through MU (and the Configuration Manager Software Updates Management (SUM) feature) instead of hotfixes, MU leverages the Windows Update Agent to install the platform update instead of the Endpoint Protection Agent.
They typically downloaded hotfixes to upgrade those products in the past.
Microsoft plans to continue issuing hotfixes while also carrying out this new release scheme, according to Minfang Lv, a Microsoft software development engineer for the Configuration Manager Sustained Engineering team, in a blog post on Thursday.
Definition Update for Microsoft Forefront Endpoint Protection 2010 – KB2461484 (Definition 1.103.1405.0) Definition Update for Microsoft Forefront Endpoint Protection 2010 – KB2461484 (Definition 1.105.2231.0) Definition Update for Microsoft Forefront Endpoint Protection 2010 – KB2461484 (Definition 1.107.713.0) After you have determined the orphaned update(s) title (and version), load the WSUS snap-in and drill down to the Updates node. Select “Updates are in a specific classification” and “Updates are for a specific product”.
Microsoft is accelerating the product update process for its Endpoint Protection security solutions.
Updates to System Center 2012 Endpoint Protection, as well as the older Forefront Endpoint Protection solution, will be released three times per year, starting on April 8.
So, you will lose inbox deployment status monitoring in the FEP/SCEP dashboard." As a workaround, Lv suggested using the compliance report in the Software Updates Management feature to see the inbox deployment status.
Another potentially troublesome aspect of getting the product updates through Microsoft Update is that they only detect past updates going back two generations ("N-2").