System Center 2012 Endpoint Protection for Mac Installation

System Center 2012 Endpoint Protection for Mac is available for Institutionally Owned  Apple computers.

  1. Connect to UNH secure wireless network: unh-highspeed, or secure wired network or the UNH VPN if you are off campus.
  2. Access UNH fileshare: [ smb://$ ] For instructions on how to access a UNH fileshare, visit Accessing a UNH Fileshare on a Mac.
  3. A window will appear asking for your credentials to access the fileshare. Type in your UNH username and password to connect.
  4. Double click scep.i386-x86_64.en.0.dmg to start the installation proces
  5. Double click Install.


  6. The installer will appear asking to run a program to determine if the software can be installed, click Continue.


  7. The introduction screen will appear, click Continue.


  8. The Important Information screen will provide some information about the product and system requirements, click Continue.


  9. Click Continue through the License Agreement Page.


  10. A pop-up will generate offering to read the license, disagree, or agree to the terms. Click Agreeto continue installation.


  11. Read the Privacy Statement screen and click Continue.


  12. For Installation Mode, click Typical (recommended) and click Continue.


  13.  For Special Applications, select Enable detection of potentially unwanted applications, and click Continue.


  14. On the Installation screen, click Install.


  15. A screen will generate asking to verify your local account. Type in the computer account name and password, click Install Software.


  16. Wait for the Installation to complete. 

  17. Installation complete, click Close.

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