Microsoft Forefront Client Security Enterprise Manager
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Microsoft Forefront Client Security Enterprise Manager is a tool that will allow customers to centrally report on events across multiple event logging and reporting servers. This tool enables a Forefront Client Security management console to provide centralized management and reporting across multiple FCS deployments (i.e. enable hierarchical management). By using this, customers will be able to easily deploy FCS policy to the entire organization, centrally view and administer alerts collected by multiple event logging servers, use a single dashboard to monitor the security state of the entire enterprise, and review unified reports to access the current and historical security state of the entire enterprise.
WHAT’S NEW IN VERSION 1.0
- Get centralized management and reporting across multiple FCS deployments
- Last updated on 05/01/08
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