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SEP 12.1.3 client to a 12.1RU 1 MP 1 SEPM

Created: 23 Sep 2013 | 8 comments

Hi,

We have some test 2013 severs and we installed with 12.1.3 SEP clients pointing 12.1 SEPM sever.

Will all the existing policies work smoothly with the existing SEPM?

Regards

Ajin

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Rafeeq's picture

it will work without any issues.

SEP 12.1.3 can managage 11.x clients too, however its always good to have SEPM on latest version than clients. Since there are no data base schema difference or differnt features, these two version will work.

AjinBabu's picture

Hi Rafeeq,

Thanks for your reply.

Actually my question was whether server 2013 client (which is installed with 12.1.3 ) can be part of a 12.1 RU 1 MP 1 SEPM.

Regards

Ajin

.Brian's picture

There is no server 2013? You mean 2012?

Yes, older 12.1 SEPM can manage newer 12.1 clients.

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AjinBabu's picture

Oops, It was a typeo yes it is server 2012.

Thanks for your reply.

Regards

Ajin

pete_4u2002's picture

there won't be any issues SEP 12. ru3 client can report to SEPM 12.1 ru1 mp1. however the new features that can be applied from latest SEPM will be missed.

.Brian's picture

Yes, SEPM 12.1 can manage every version of 12.1 clients (older or latest)

 

 

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Idimple's picture

Hello,

 

If I understood correctly,You have SEP 12.1.3 client and its reporting to SEPM 12.1

This is not recommended .It might cause an issue.

SEPM and SEP client should be  either on same version or SEPM should be on higher version than SEP client.

 

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