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Read The FSSP Acceleration Toolkit For Topology Concerns

I have been getting more and more questions within the FSSP (ForeFront Security for SharePoint) space. If you are wondering about topology designs or where FSSP might live within a particular SharePoint configuration, please read the following and it will more than likely answer your question: Using the Acceleration Toolkit for Microsoft Forefront Security for SharePoint I wrote it to be pretty god damn exhaustive.

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ForeFront for SharePoint High Memory Utilization

At a client of mine today, who has a robust FSSP environment, similar to the larger one I wrote about in this MSDN article: http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ee412237.aspx or if you are just interested in the specific image: http://i.msdn.microsoft.com/Ee412237.792e5c8b-f1b7-4cb4-9b87-5689c44973da(en-us,office.12).gif was experiencing an abnormal amount of memory utilization on the WFE’s I had built for them. While they wanted a quick fix, it is important to remember that the scanning processes of FSSP will cause memory consumption depending on how you balance the engines being...

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Choosing ForeFront For SharePoint Topologies

I get asked a lot about ForeFront topologies, meaning if you are given a SharePoint farm composed of X number of SharePoint components what machines get what. If you are interested in this, please look at my MSDN article: Using the Acceleration Toolkit for Microsoft Forefront Security for SharePoint. An acceleration toolkit provides a logical bundling of common documentation, proven server designs, and established research to assist in the accelerated implementation of options for a product. This Acceleration Toolkit for Microsoft Forefront Security for SharePoint (FSSP) targets an arbitrary...

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Scan Jobs Within Forefront Security For SharePoint

There are several types of scan jobs that exist within the Forefront for SharePoint framework, each of which may be appropriate for an arbitrary task depending on your requirements. The three scan jobs that exist within Forefront for SharePoint are: Quick Scan Manual Scan Realtime Scan Quick Scan The first type of scan job offered is the quick scan. This is a useful scan job when you have a single entity that you wish to scan quickly or if you want to trip a one time scan of your environment using varying engines (those engines outside of those which are tripped by other job files). Quick...

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Enhancing SharePoint With Forefront AV Vendors Aggregation (MEM) and a Proper Update Policy

Corporate antivirus SharePoint protection is only as good as your AV vendor builds and how well you assimilate updates to their arbitrary AV scanning engines. For that reason, Forefront for SharePoint has built in mechanisms that will allow you to aggregate and incorporate AV vendors various scan engines into one cohesive unit protecting your SharePoint content repositories in a method that conforms to your enterprise antivirus policy. This is one of the most important features of Forefront for SharePoint, since you don’t have to buy sister software platforms, can use your current AV...

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Using the FSSP for SharePoint WebParts

Using the FSSP for SharePoint WebParts One of the most significant pieces of functionality that can be implemented within a corporate antivirus policy is the display and archiving of virus infected notifications, their origin, and how those files are handled within a communications and collaborations environment. Within the FSSP framework, these events are called event notifications or events, basically anything which trips a routine which has to intervene and handle. These types of routed messages are probably already defined within your corporate Antivirus policy as to how to handle and...

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