New MSP looking at Microsoft Defender for Endpoint

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I am looking at the Microsoft Defender for Endpoint.  The product looks great but I need to know how I could utilize this for my customers as not all of them have server environments but have like 1-5 computers that still need to be protected.  My customers are very small business some are Farmers, Ranchers, etc... and don't need a Tenant for their business. Is this possible?  If so, how would this work?

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You could onboard all of your customers into your own tenant, but that's not something I would recommend at all. I would recommend creating a tenant for each customer and onboarding them there.

MDE supports securing only clients and no servers, that's not an issue at all. Every PC needs to be onboarded though