Sccm 2012 R2 system center endpoint protection

Hi there,
Running Sccm 2012 R2 on server 2008 R2.  System center endpoint protection for some reason is automatically installed on my exchange, I would like system center NOT be installed on my exchange server.  Where/how I can put the exception for this exchange server into the sccm 2012 R2 so that it leaves the exchange server alone.
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Leon TaljaardSystem Center Specialist - ArchitectureCommented:
Hi There,

Yes you can do this by setting separate client policies and applying it to the different collections that you want it installed on or excluded from, if SCEP is already installed you can remove it via command line.

Look at this post and the first answer, try that and let me know.

Installing SCCM 2012 client (without SCEP client)

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Leon
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amanzoorNetwork infrastructure AdminAuthor Commented:
Thanks Leon really appreciate it.
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