Pls help me out for Shutdown policy for (SEP) from SEPM
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I Want Shutdown the Client (SEP) from SEPM Via Policy on Specify time.
i do not see the option to shutdown the client Specify time.
Check this thread
This cannot be done from SEPM. You would need to use a third party product to do this. I know altiris offers something similar to do this.
Or perhaps you can do it via GPO.
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Are you talking about disabling the SEP client OR the SEP client machine?
Incase if you want to disable the SEP client software, check this Thread: https://www-secure.symantec.com/connect/forums/disable-protection-endpoint-protection-manager
Secondly, There is no feature in the SEPM where you could configure policy for Shutdown of SEP client machine from SEPM at a specified time. However, you could run a command to restart the machine.
Running commands on the client computer from the console.
On managed clients, the commands that you run override the commands that the user runs. The order in which commands and actions are processed on the client computer differs from command to command. Regardless of where the command is initiated, commands and actions are processed in the same way.
You can also run these commands on clients from the Computer Status log.
See Running commands from the computer status log.
See About commands that you can run on client computers.
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Please rephrase your question if possible.
It's possible through SEPM to disable the access to SEP features.
Check following article
Public Kb also available for same.
If you wish to disable SEP client you can use smc -stop command to do the same.
If you wish to shutdown SEP client machine itself then it's not possible with the help of SEPM.You can use dos commands to do the same.
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