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Hi, I am running Server 2012 on a standalone machine which is not part of a DOMAIN.  I would like to test Endpoint Protection on this machine, and it appears Endpoint Protection is part of System Center.  When I try to install System Center, it tell me that I cannot because I am not part of a DOMAIN.  If I only want the Endpoint Protection functionality on this machine only (eg., I don't need it to protect or configure clients of the server), is there a way to get around this?  Thanks!
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Inside of your Symantec Endpoint Install CD / ISO, you will see a folder called SEP64. Inside of that folder there is a file called Setup.exe.  All you need to do is run that installer. It will install a standalone copy of SEP.
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