Oct 27 2020 03:25 AM - last edited on Oct 27 2020 09:46 AM by Eric Starker
Microsoft Defender ATP security baseline has been optimized for physical devices and is currently not recommended for use on virtual machines (VMs) or VDI endpoints. Which baseline settings are not recommended for VM's?
Oct 27 2020 09:46 AM
Oct 29 2020 08:35 AM
Do you have any idea on what policies are not optimized for VM?
Security Baseline for ATP remains the same not matter whether you are on VM or in host in most cases, however, in case you observe any policy which might not be suitable for VM, you may share feedback with the team.
Oct 29 2020 08:50 AM
@Reza_Ameri-Archived thank you. In this document https://docs.microsoft.com/windows/security/threat-protection/microsoft-defender-atp/configure-machi... it states "The Microsoft Defender ATP security baseline has been optimized for physical devices and is currently not recommended for use on virtual machines (VMs) or VDI endpoints. Certain baseline settings can impact remote interactive sessions on virtualized environments." Which baseline settings are they referring to that can impact those sessions on Virtual environments?
Oct 29 2020 08:57 AM
You are correct.
You may share feedback with Windows Intune team:
Oct 30 2020 09:25 AM
I don't understand what you mean. @Lindspea asked a question in the wrong forum. @Eric Starker moved it here as a more appropriate place to ask the question. It's not about a feature. It's about a baseline -- i.e., a cohesive group of settings -- which (apparently) is not recommended for VMs. The question is: which of those settings can cause problems in VMs?