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Windows 7: No Relabeling for Microsoft Security Essentials

02 Apr 2010   #1

Win 7 Ultimate 64-bit. SP1.
No Relabeling for Microsoft Security Essentials

No Relabeling for Microsoft Security Essentials, Just a New WSUS Category.

Microsoft has worked to make updates for its free antivirus more accessible to business customers. In this regard, the Redmond giant informed that companies leveraging both Windows Server Update Services and Microsoft Security Essentials would be able to turn to the automated update management solution for delivering antimalware definitions to the free security solutions. Microsoft indicated that, despite the way Microsoft Security Essentials antimalware definitions were being offered through WSUS in terms of product and family monikers, the official label for the antivirus remained unchanged.
Source - No Relabeling for Microsoft Security Essentials, Just a New WSUS Category - For the delivery of antimalware definitions - Softpedia

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