It doesn't give me an error code as to why it failed.So I proceeded to check the Agent log on the machine.
But if you insist, you might as well end-up installing it on your Windows Server 2012.Microsoft Endpoint Protection 2012 is part of a freaking awesome Microsoft System Center suite.The first hack allows you to install Microsoft Security Essentials (MSE).Microsoft Security Essentials is designed for Windows 7 and is not compatible (nor supported) on Windows Server 2012.The current Windows version is 8.8 patch level 5; but old computers with patch level 1 get updated to patch level 2 upon connection to the campus e PO server. All the current versions (listed above) run on Windows XP, Vista, and Windows 7, 32- or 64-bit versions, any edition.
(Patch levels 3 and 4 were tested and found to be unreliable.) Our license also allows use on student personal computers here on campus, and personal computers owned by faculty and staff. They generally require that the latest Service Packs be installed; for example, Windows XP should have Service Pack 3.The strange thing I see in the log is the Scheduler invokes the task, verifies the file, but then deletes the task and states the task was successful. We are running Mc Afee 8.8 Enterprise Virus Scan and Virus Scan Enterprise for Storage 1.1.0 on Windows Server 2012 R2. Virus Scan Engine (ip) is not responding Virus scan failed (status errored, the virus scan engine reported "scan-engine returned: ICAP_Internal Server Error") - this event has happened 3 times in the last 10s There are no connectivity issues to scan engines, even no firewall involved.Support for the Windows 10 Anniversary Update is included in VSE 8.8 Patch 8.DO NOT install VSE 8.8 Patch 7 or earlier on systems running the Windows 10 Anniversary Update.Does anybody know whether my current version will still work after the upgrade?