i've a very BIG PROBLEM, actually i manage my client using SCCM, and now we have decided to migrate our antivirus to Microsoft.
The migration seems to be not too difficult, but today i after checking my pilot client i see a VERY BIG PROBLEM.
when i set to manage the client using SCCM, the tamper protction label in "windows Security" disappear and if i do a get-mpcomputerstatus in powershell the option "IsTamperProtected" is se to off.
If i uninstall the client the option in windows security is not going back.
So the question is: why the SCCM client is not able to control the tamper protection ?
Is there a way to control tamper protection?
Hi @m_riboli ,
as far as I know, Tamper Protection is only supportet if you manage the client with Intune: https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/security/threat-protection/windows-defender-antivirus/preve...
Currently there's no way to enable it if you are using SCCM/MECM.
Btw: If anyone from Microsoft reads this, I would love to see this feature coming to SCCM/MECM in the near future,