This knowledge base article provides a high-level overview on how to use Microsoft Intune to deploy the Sophos Central Windows endpoint software.The following information could also be used as a guide when deploying the Sophos Enterprise Console (SEC) managed client.The steps below are provided with the assumption that Intune has already been used to deploy packages to Windows endpoints and you are already familiar with the general workflows described.The following sections are covered:
Applies to the following Sophos product(s) and version(s)Central Windows EndpointSophos Endpoint Security and Control
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INFO File 'C:\Temp\IntunePackageOutput\SophosSetup.intunewin' has been generated successfully
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Sorry for the late response, the information you are looking for can be found here in Microsoft's documentation.
Nice Article. Alas,,, what about removing Windows Defender; Is it not as important, to not be running two endpoint protection applications at the same time?My understanding is that Defender will automatically enter into a passive state when it detects another AV product installed... However is that true and for Microsoft Servers as well?