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If you choose to use product updates as well as content updates, you should not replicate product updates between sites because these updates can be quite large, and one exists for every language that you select.For more information, please see Setting up sites and replication and Specifying which data to replicate.The following table shows what each type of policy controls, and to what products each applies: See Choosing which content and which content revision to update on client computers for details.The Endpoint Protection Manager applies Live Update Content policies to groups and to all locations in groups.
When Windows Defender or Endpoint Protection detects a potential threat that's hiding inside a compressed file with a file name extension or within a network share, it tries to deal with the threat by quarantining or removing the threat.
Windows Defender or Endpoint Protection works automatically with Microsoft Update to ensure that your virus and spyware definitions are kept up to date.
Symptoms This article addresses common issues with automatic updates, including the following situations: Symptom You receive a message notifying you that Windows Defender or Endpoint Protection isn't monitoring your computer because the program's service stopped. Solution Note Some Internet security applications do not uninstall completely.
For more information, see How to update content and definitions on the clients and Downloading content from Live Update to the Endpoint Protection Manager.
In certain environments, you may want to download updates from an internal Live Update server rather than obtain updates from the Internet source servers.