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Windows Server 2019 not supported for Windows Defender ATP ?

Brass Contributor

Seeing this on 2019 servers...and found another post about deployment from Azure Security Center to 2019 not working. Is this confirmed as true ?



The constructor for the managed module type "Microsoft.EnterpriseManagement.Mom.Modules.WindowsDefenderATPModule.WindowsDefenderATPModule" threw an exception. This module was running in rule "Microsoft.Windows.WindowsDefenderATP.CollectEtwEvent" running for instance "" with id:"{F00EB567-BFDE-5A3D-CB1E-25426C032A51}" in management group "AOI-f39f1576-b645-4693-b6e9-fe8048bb5636".
 The exception text is:
 System.NotSupportedException: Environment is not supported: OS Name: 'Windows Server 2019 Datacenter', OS version: '10.0', OS productType: 'Server', isWorkstation=False
   at Microsoft.EnterpriseManagement.Mom.Modules.WindowsDefenderATPModule.WindowsDefenderATPModule.VerifySupportedEnvironment(IOperatingSystemInfoHelper osHelper, List`1 supportedEnvironments)
   at Microsoft.EnterpriseManagement.Mom.Modules.WindowsDefenderATPModule.WindowsDefenderATPModule..ctor(ModuleHost`1 moduleHost, XmlReader configuration, Byte[] previousState)



4 Replies
best response confirmed by PatrikHansson (Brass Contributor)
@PatrikHansson Windows Server 2019 integration with ASC for MDATP is not supported yet. It is on the roadmap.

@Safeena Begum Lepakshi 

Ok, I think that could be communicated better then, I couldn't find that mentioned anywhere. 

But thanks for letting me know. 

Hi @PatrikHansson,
You can find that information in the documentation about ASC/MDATP integration at

Best regards
Tom Janetscheck

Senior Program Manager

CxE | Azure Security Center


Look at that, I must have missed it. Thanks.