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Mvision Endpoint + Mvision ePO Admin

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Mvision Endpoint + Mvision ePO Admin
Duration
4 Days
Delivery
(Online and onsite)
Price
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Our MVISION Endpoint with MVISION ePolicy Orchestrator Administration course provides an in-depth introduction to the tasks crucial to set up and administer MVSION Endpoint in an MVISION ePO managed customer environment. MVISION Endpoint leverages and enhances built-in Windows 10 Windows Defender security with advanced protection for Windows 10 and Windows Server 2016 and newer systems. MVISION ePO is a SaaS-based centralized security management console that enables management of Microsoft Defender along with McAfee security products. This course combines lectures and practical lab exercises, with significant time allocated for hands-on interaction with the MVISION Endpoint policies in the MVISION ePO user interface, as well as detailed instructions for the integration of this solution.

M01 – Course Welcome

  • Introduce the course and course agenda
  • Introduce the training organization
  • Show common resources
  • Describe the lab environment and how to use the Lab Guide

M02 – MVISION ePO Product Introduction

  • Describe the MVISION ePolicy Orchestrator (MVISION ePO) offering.
  • Explain the MVISION ePO deployment model.
  • Describe the process for migrating from On-Prem ePO to MVISION ePO.
  • Discuss integration with Endpoint Security (ENS) with Advanced Threat Protection (ATP).
  • Discuss MVISION ePO integration with Security Information and Event Management (SIEM).
  • Describe the support model for MVISION ePO.

M03 – MVISION ePO Features and Architecture

  • Describe the basic features and functionalities for the MVISION ePO offering.
  • Describe MVISION ePO architecture.

M04 – MVISION ePO Role of an Administrator

  • Describe differences between Admin and user accounts in MVISION ePO.
  • Describe how to configure and manage users accounts in MVISION ePO.
  • Create a customized installation URL for system management in MVISON ePO.
  • Create an agent installer package to distribute to systems for system management in MVISION ePO.
  • Describe how to use custom queries and report in MVISION ePO.
  • Describe how to configure server and client tasks in MVISION ePO.
  • Describe how to remove product software using the existing product deployment task.

M05 – MVISION ePO Planning and Populating the System Tree

  • Provide an overview of the ePolicy Orchestrator System Tree.
  • Use different methods to create the System Tree.
  • Describe the various methods of organizing the System Tree.

M06 – MVISION ePO Using the Tag Catalog

  • Describe the purpose of tags and tag groups.
  • List the types of tags that ePO supports.
  • Access and navigate the Tag Catalog.
  • Launch and navigate the New Tag Builder.
  • Create and apply tags automatically, based on criteria and product properties.
  • Create and apply tags manually.
  • Restrict tag usage by permission set.
  • Edit, move, and clear tags.
  • Exclude systems from automatic tagging.

M07 – MVISION ePO Client Tasks

  • Describe the purpose of client tasks.
  • Communicate about client task concepts, such as inheritance.
  • Access and navigate the Client Task Catalog.
  • Identify client task types.
  • Add, duplicate, edit, schedule, and delete a client task.
  • Navigate and configure task using the Product Deployment Project.
  • Navigate and configure task using the Deploy tab.

M08 – MVISION ePO Managing Policies

  • Describe the purpose of policies.
  • Create and edit policy objects.
  • Manage policy configuration and assignment.
  • See policy inheritance in action.
  • Enforce policy changes on client machines (endpoints).

M09 – MVISION ePO Automatic Responses and Notifications

  • Use Automatic Response rules to create alerts and perform pre-determined actions.
  • Configure Automatic Responses.
  • Describe permission set definitions for Automatic Responses.
  • Describe how to configure contacts for notifications.

M10 – MVISION Endpoint Product Introduction

  • Describe the MVISION Endpoint product components.
  • Explain how MVISION Endpoint works with Microsoft Windows Defender®.
  • List other McAfee products that work with MVISON Endpoint.

M11 – MVISION Endpoint Product Installation

  • Determine the type of installation needed.
  • Plan the installation.
  • List the system requirements.
  • Perform pre-installation tasks.
  • Install MVISION Endpoint.
  • Confirm the product installation.
  • Upgrade to a new software version.
  • Remove the MVISION Endpoint software.

M12 – MVISION Endpoint General Policy

  • List the four default MVISION Endpoint policies available in ePO.
  • Configure general policy security setting for managed systems on MVISION Endpoint.
  • Use the MVISION Endpoint Updated extension to allow automatic updates on ePO and ePO on AWS managed installations.

M13 – MVISION Endpoint Firewall Policy

  • Manage Windows Defender Firewall rules using the MVSION Endpoint Firewall policy.

M14 – MVISION Endpoint Exclusions Policy, Evaluation Builds and Non- compliance Notifications

  • Configure and define exclusions for MVISION Endpoint and Windows Defender.
  • Describe how to use MVISION Endpoint Evaluation builds for On-Premises ePO and ePO on AWS man-aged systems.
  • Describe the Non-compliance notifications in MVISION Endpoint.

M15 – Exploit Guard and the MVISION Endpoint Exploit Protection Program Settings Policy

  • List the four components of Windows Defender Exploit Guard and can be managed by MVISION End-point.
  • Enable and configure Attack Surface Reduction rules in MVISION Endpoint.
  • Enable and configure Network Protection in MVISION Endpoint.
  • Enable and configure Controlled Folder Access in MVISION Endpoint.
  • Enable and configure Exploit Protection in MVISION Endpoint.

M16 – Protection Workspace Overview

  • List the elements of the Protection Workspace user interface.
  • Use the Protection Workspace.

M17 – MVISION Endpoint Quarantine Management

  • Describe MVISION Endpoint Quarantine Management.
  • List requirements for MVISION Endpoint Quarantine Management.
  • Demonstrate the operation of MVISION Endpoint Quarantine Management.

M18 – MVISION Endpoint Log Files

  • Use the MVISION Endpoint installation/uninstallation logs to troubleshoot software installation issues.
  • Use the MVISION Endpoint product logs to troubleshoot system issues.
  • Set the logging level and log file size in the MVISION Endpoint General policy.
  • Use the Story Graph feature to trace and troubleshoot MVISION Endpoint threat detections.

M19 – MVISION ePO Queries

  • Using ePO query tools, create your own custom queries.
  • Query the McAfee ePolicy Orchestrator database.
  • Use the Query Builder to create your own queries.
  • List the locations to find more details for your custom queries.

M20 – MVISION ePO Customizing Queries – Result Types and Charts

  • Use the Query Builder to create your own queries.
  • Define the different Chart types.
  • Define the Common Labels that can be used in a query.
  • Define the Common Values that can be used in a query.
  • Describe the best settings to use when creating a query.

Day 1

  • Module 1: Welcome
  • Module 2: MVISION ePO: Product Introduction
  • Module 3: MVISION ePO: Features and Architecture
  • Module 4: MVISION ePO: Role of an Administrator
  • Module 5: MVISION ePO: Planning and Populating the System Tree

Day 2

  • Module 6: MVISION ePO: Using the Tag Catalog
  • Module 7: MVISION ePO: Client Tasks
  • Module 8: MVISION ePO: Managing Policies
  • Module 9: MVISION ePO: Automatic Responses and Notifications
  • Module 10: MVISION Endpoint: Product Introduction
  • Module 11: MVISION Endpoint: Product Deployment

Day 3

  • Module 12: MVISION Endpoint: General Policy
  • Module 13: MVISION Endpoint: Firewall Policy
  • Module 14: MVISION Endpoint: Exclusions Policy, Evaluation Builds and Non-compliance Notifications
  • Module 15: MVISION Endpoint: Exploit Guard and the MVISION Endpoint Exploit Protection Program Settings Policy
  • Module 16: MVISION Endpoint: Protection Workspace Overview

Day 4

  • Module 17: MVISION Endpoint: Quarantine Management
  • Module 18: MVISION Endpoint: Log Files
  • Module 19: MVISION ePO: Queries
  • Module 20: MVISION ePO: Queries and Reports

This course is intended for system and network administrators, security personnel, auditors, and/ or consultants concerned with administering MVISION Endpoint on MVISION ePO. It is recommended that the students have a working knowledge of Microsoft Windows

administration, Microsoft Windows Defender, system administration concepts, a basic understanding of computer security concepts, and a general understanding of viruses and anti-virus technologies.

  • Working knowledge of Microsoft Windows administration including Microsoft Windows Defender.
  • Working knowledge of system administration concepts.
  • Basic understanding of computer security concepts, and a general understanding of viruses and anti-virus technologies.
Our MVISION Endpoint with MVISION ePolicy Orchestrator Administration course provides an in-depth introduction to the tasks crucial to set up and administer MVSION Endpoint in an MVISION ePO managed customer environment. MVISION Endpoint leverages and enhances built-in Windows 10 Windows Defender security with advanced protection for Windows 10 and Windows Server 2016 and newer systems. MVISION ePO is a SaaS-based centralized security management console that enables management of Microsoft Defender along with McAfee security products. This course combines lectures and practical lab exercises, with significant time allocated for hands-on interaction with the MVISION Endpoint policies in the MVISION ePO user interface, as well as detailed instructions for the integration of this solution.

M01 – Course Welcome

  • Introduce the course and course agenda
  • Introduce the training organization
  • Show common resources
  • Describe the lab environment and how to use the Lab Guide

M02 – MVISION ePO Product Introduction

  • Describe the MVISION ePolicy Orchestrator (MVISION ePO) offering.
  • Explain the MVISION ePO deployment model.
  • Describe the process for migrating from On-Prem ePO to MVISION ePO.
  • Discuss integration with Endpoint Security (ENS) with Advanced Threat Protection (ATP).
  • Discuss MVISION ePO integration with Security Information and Event Management (SIEM).
  • Describe the support model for MVISION ePO.

M03 – MVISION ePO Features and Architecture

  • Describe the basic features and functionalities for the MVISION ePO offering.
  • Describe MVISION ePO architecture.

M04 – MVISION ePO Role of an Administrator

  • Describe differences between Admin and user accounts in MVISION ePO.
  • Describe how to configure and manage users accounts in MVISION ePO.
  • Create a customized installation URL for system management in MVISON ePO.
  • Create an agent installer package to distribute to systems for system management in MVISION ePO.
  • Describe how to use custom queries and report in MVISION ePO.
  • Describe how to configure server and client tasks in MVISION ePO.
  • Describe how to remove product software using the existing product deployment task.

M05 – MVISION ePO Planning and Populating the System Tree

  • Provide an overview of the ePolicy Orchestrator System Tree.
  • Use different methods to create the System Tree.
  • Describe the various methods of organizing the System Tree.

M06 – MVISION ePO Using the Tag Catalog

  • Describe the purpose of tags and tag groups.
  • List the types of tags that ePO supports.
  • Access and navigate the Tag Catalog.
  • Launch and navigate the New Tag Builder.
  • Create and apply tags automatically, based on criteria and product properties.
  • Create and apply tags manually.
  • Restrict tag usage by permission set.
  • Edit, move, and clear tags.
  • Exclude systems from automatic tagging.

M07 – MVISION ePO Client Tasks

  • Describe the purpose of client tasks.
  • Communicate about client task concepts, such as inheritance.
  • Access and navigate the Client Task Catalog.
  • Identify client task types.
  • Add, duplicate, edit, schedule, and delete a client task.
  • Navigate and configure task using the Product Deployment Project.
  • Navigate and configure task using the Deploy tab.

M08 – MVISION ePO Managing Policies

  • Describe the purpose of policies.
  • Create and edit policy objects.
  • Manage policy configuration and assignment.
  • See policy inheritance in action.
  • Enforce policy changes on client machines (endpoints).

M09 – MVISION ePO Automatic Responses and Notifications

  • Use Automatic Response rules to create alerts and perform pre-determined actions.
  • Configure Automatic Responses.
  • Describe permission set definitions for Automatic Responses.
  • Describe how to configure contacts for notifications.

M10 – MVISION Endpoint Product Introduction

  • Describe the MVISION Endpoint product components.
  • Explain how MVISION Endpoint works with Microsoft Windows Defender®.
  • List other McAfee products that work with MVISON Endpoint.

M11 – MVISION Endpoint Product Installation

  • Determine the type of installation needed.
  • Plan the installation.
  • List the system requirements.
  • Perform pre-installation tasks.
  • Install MVISION Endpoint.
  • Confirm the product installation.
  • Upgrade to a new software version.
  • Remove the MVISION Endpoint software.

M12 – MVISION Endpoint General Policy

  • List the four default MVISION Endpoint policies available in ePO.
  • Configure general policy security setting for managed systems on MVISION Endpoint.
  • Use the MVISION Endpoint Updated extension to allow automatic updates on ePO and ePO on AWS managed installations.

M13 – MVISION Endpoint Firewall Policy

  • Manage Windows Defender Firewall rules using the MVSION Endpoint Firewall policy.

M14 – MVISION Endpoint Exclusions Policy, Evaluation Builds and Non- compliance Notifications

  • Configure and define exclusions for MVISION Endpoint and Windows Defender.
  • Describe how to use MVISION Endpoint Evaluation builds for On-Premises ePO and ePO on AWS man-aged systems.
  • Describe the Non-compliance notifications in MVISION Endpoint.

M15 – Exploit Guard and the MVISION Endpoint Exploit Protection Program Settings Policy

  • List the four components of Windows Defender Exploit Guard and can be managed by MVISION End-point.
  • Enable and configure Attack Surface Reduction rules in MVISION Endpoint.
  • Enable and configure Network Protection in MVISION Endpoint.
  • Enable and configure Controlled Folder Access in MVISION Endpoint.
  • Enable and configure Exploit Protection in MVISION Endpoint.

M16 – Protection Workspace Overview

  • List the elements of the Protection Workspace user interface.
  • Use the Protection Workspace.

M17 – MVISION Endpoint Quarantine Management

  • Describe MVISION Endpoint Quarantine Management.
  • List requirements for MVISION Endpoint Quarantine Management.
  • Demonstrate the operation of MVISION Endpoint Quarantine Management.

M18 – MVISION Endpoint Log Files

  • Use the MVISION Endpoint installation/uninstallation logs to troubleshoot software installation issues.
  • Use the MVISION Endpoint product logs to troubleshoot system issues.
  • Set the logging level and log file size in the MVISION Endpoint General policy.
  • Use the Story Graph feature to trace and troubleshoot MVISION Endpoint threat detections.

M19 – MVISION ePO Queries

  • Using ePO query tools, create your own custom queries.
  • Query the McAfee ePolicy Orchestrator database.
  • Use the Query Builder to create your own queries.
  • List the locations to find more details for your custom queries.

M20 – MVISION ePO Customizing Queries – Result Types and Charts

  • Use the Query Builder to create your own queries.
  • Define the different Chart types.
  • Define the Common Labels that can be used in a query.
  • Define the Common Values that can be used in a query.
  • Describe the best settings to use when creating a query.

Day 1

  • Module 1: Welcome
  • Module 2: MVISION ePO: Product Introduction
  • Module 3: MVISION ePO: Features and Architecture
  • Module 4: MVISION ePO: Role of an Administrator
  • Module 5: MVISION ePO: Planning and Populating the System Tree

Day 2

  • Module 6: MVISION ePO: Using the Tag Catalog
  • Module 7: MVISION ePO: Client Tasks
  • Module 8: MVISION ePO: Managing Policies
  • Module 9: MVISION ePO: Automatic Responses and Notifications
  • Module 10: MVISION Endpoint: Product Introduction
  • Module 11: MVISION Endpoint: Product Deployment

Day 3

  • Module 12: MVISION Endpoint: General Policy
  • Module 13: MVISION Endpoint: Firewall Policy
  • Module 14: MVISION Endpoint: Exclusions Policy, Evaluation Builds and Non-compliance Notifications
  • Module 15: MVISION Endpoint: Exploit Guard and the MVISION Endpoint Exploit Protection Program Settings Policy
  • Module 16: MVISION Endpoint: Protection Workspace Overview

Day 4

  • Module 17: MVISION Endpoint: Quarantine Management
  • Module 18: MVISION Endpoint: Log Files
  • Module 19: MVISION ePO: Queries
  • Module 20: MVISION ePO: Queries and Reports

This course is intended for system and network administrators, security personnel, auditors, and/ or consultants concerned with administering MVISION Endpoint on MVISION ePO. It is recommended that the students have a working knowledge of Microsoft Windows

administration, Microsoft Windows Defender, system administration concepts, a basic understanding of computer security concepts, and a general understanding of viruses and anti-virus technologies.

  • Working knowledge of Microsoft Windows administration including Microsoft Windows Defender.
  • Working knowledge of system administration concepts.
  • Basic understanding of computer security concepts, and a general understanding of viruses and anti-virus technologies.
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