Fep definition status not updating

I had a look on the deployment, and it gave this error: 0X87D00692 Group policy conflict.

Did a check on group polices that applied to the workstations, and one of them had configured a former WSUS server as Update point.

As you know, Adaptiva One Site makes managing software updates easy.

We’ve also made managing Forefront Endpoint Protection (FEP) definition updates no problem. Click Edit Automatic Publication Settings and select the “Automatically Publish Software Updates” checkbox.

My hardware and software scans are running and have both run in the past 24 hours.

I can't see any way to force Endpoint Protection to refresh it's status information.

Below are the steps you would take set up automatic deployments of FEP definition updates, and ensure they are being deployed peer-to-peer rather than each client connecting over the network to your Config Mgr. In the Assets and Compliance workspace in SCCM, expand Endpoint Protection and click Antimalware Policies. Enable Automatic publication of software updates a. You may also want to select the “Publish All Existing Non-Published Software Updates” checkbox too. For more info or a demonstration of One Site, email [email protected]

This issue can occur if the product “Forefront Endpoint Protection 2010” is not selected on the Software Update Point Component in Configuration Manager.

If the reports are going to give me data that's old they won't be of any use to me.

How do I go about refreshing the status info and having it auto refresh sooner than it obviously is?

Note that this example is specific to Forefront Endpoint Protection 2010 antimalware definition updates, however the process applies to any Automatic Deployment Rule in System Center 2012 Configuration Manager.

We're testing out Endpoint Protection in SCCM 2012 and would like to set up some reporting/alerts to go along with it.

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