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Does SBS2011 need a full or basic install of Symantec Endpoint

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Our client is running SBS2011. We have installed the Symantec Endpoint Manager on a different server and are remote pushing the AV clients to each machine.

We think that their SBS2011 server should have a full package AV server install and not a basic one.

He is sure that somewhere he read that we should only deploy a basic AV server package.

Can any please help with this.

Thank you
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Andy Keen
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Jason Watkins

8/22/2022 - Mon
Sumesh BNR

Their SBS2011 server should not need a full package you can remotely or locally by copying the installer (not the full suite ) and when deploying your management suite should have enough licenses that's all.
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AndyKeen

Hi All.

Sorry for the delay in getting back to you guy's.

Completely understand the deployment and about only having the client - but my specific question is -

Should the SBS2011 server have a full or basic client AV package installed?

To confirm we are running a 12.1 endpoint manager on another server and from here we can either deploy a full AV package (Including firewall control etc) or just a Basic AV package.

Furthe comments by return would be really appreciated.
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Andy Keen
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