Client and Agent Provisioning (Windows)
Secure Endpoint Manager is a component that enables you to provision Windows users with EPC and access
agents reliably when they log in to WorkPlace. It provides better application compatibility for applications that
need an agent, and more reliable EPC interrogation; in addition, most client updates do not require
administrator privileges. If something goes wrong during provisioning, the error is automatically recorded in a
client installation log (identified by username) that you can view in AMC.
Installing Secure Endpoint Manager is a one-time step and does not require that the user have administrator
privileges. The only other time users will be (briefly) aware of it once it’s installed is when an access agent or the
Access Manager itself needs to be updated. Installing Secure Endpoint Manager is also not required, but users
without it will have just Web-only access to resources in WorkPlace, or be forced to log out, depending on how
you configure the community.
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