With Windows Server 2016, Microsoft integrated the Microsoft Defender service into the operating system. This built-in antivirus is now running constantly but it does not have the Defender GUI installed by default. If you want to activate the graphical user interface on the server, this can be done using Windows Server Manager or Powershell cmdlet.
Windows Defender GUI
Let’s see how to activate or disable the Windows Defender Graphical interface:
Using System Center Configuration Manager on a wide computer scope can result in unexpected or untrue reporting. For example, some computers can be off for a long time or an administrator has removed it from managed computers, they are inactive clients.
When you deploy an Application or Software Updates with SCCM 2012, some reports can be totally wrong, they don’t reflect the reality, if a lot of computer are no more managed but still exist in SCCM.
To workaround this, Microsoft introduced the Inactive Client property. SCCM Client gets and puts information to the management point and if it doesn’t report for a number of days, it will be set as Inactive Object. Inactive Clients can be excluded from reporting in order to be more accurate.
Inactive Client report
Let’s see how to change the default number of days before an object will be set as inactive .