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System Center endpoint protection (SCEP) via SCCM 2012 R2

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Hi there,
I have SCCM 2012 R2 and all my clients (windows 8.1) have 'system center endpoint protection' (SCEP)  Many of my computers are hit with malware (PerforMax cleaner, registry editor pro, regclean pro, Norton free scan etc etc) from time to time and this system center just stays SILENT.  Is there any settings change I need to do with this SCEP on the SCCM 2012 to set the configuration?
Users get annoyed if their machines are hit with these spyware/ads etc.  Need help.
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by:Dan McFadden
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Here is a link that describes how to setup alerts in SCCM for SCEP:

https://helpdesk.illinoisstate.edu/kb/1911/SCEP_Alerts_in_SCCM_2012/

Dan
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by:amanzoor
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Thanks Dan,
Alerts are good to know.  But this SCEP does not quarantine or even delete these types of programs.  I guess its not doing what it is suppose to do.  Like getting rid of spyware, malware etc.
Need help
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