2017-12-13T19:19:00Z
it_user788799 - PeerSpot reviewer
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Running Carbon Black Defense Along with Windows Defender

We recently moved our AV solution from McAfee VSE to the new next Gen Cb Defense and I would like to know thoughts on running Windows Defender along with it? Like a fall back option that runs a traditional AV.

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BW
System Analyst at a hospitality company with 1,001-5,000 employees
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2018-05-07T16:28:31Z
May 7, 2018

We run Defender with CB defense, do you plan on centrally managing Defender? we also run Trend Micro, all in all it all seems to work together.

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