We can configure Windows Defender scans using Windows PowerShell as an alternative to configuring them through the graphical user interface. This allows us to integrate Windows Defender features into PowerShell scripts, and configure settings that are not available through the graphical user interface.
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This post will cover the 70-744 exam objective “implement antimalware solution with Windows Defender”, we’ll show you how to work with Windows Defender in Windows Server 2016.
By default Windows Server 2016 comes with Windows Defender installed and running. This is an improvement over Windows Server 2012, which had nothing by default although with some work you could install Windows Defender manually, however this solution was of course not officially supported.