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System Center Configuration Manager Current Branch Security guidance for application management Use the new Software Center without the Application Catalog Starting in versionapplication catalog roles are no longer required to display user-available applications in Software Center.
This configuration helps you reduce the server infrastructure required to deliver applications to users. Reducing the server infrastructure also reduces the attack surface. To deliver a consistent and secure application experience for internet-based clients, use Azure Active Directory and the cloud management gateway.
For more information, see Configure Software Center. With this configuration, the server is authenticated to users. The transmitted data is protected from tampering and viewing.
Help prevent social engineering attacks by educating users to only connect to trusted websites. Educate users about the dangers of malicious websites.
These settings show the name of your organization in the Application Catalog as proof of identity. Use role separation Install the Application Catalog website point and the Application Catalog web service point on separate servers. This design helps to protect the Configuration Manager clients and infrastructure.
This configuration is especially important if the Application Catalog website point accepts client connections from the internet. It makes the server more vulnerable to attack. Close browser windows Educate users to close the browser window when they finish using the Application Catalog.
If users browse to an external website in the same browser window that they used for the Application Catalog, the browser continues to use the security settings that are suitable for trusted sites in the intranet.
Centrally specify user device affinity Manually specify the user device affinity instead of letting users identify their primary device. When you configure deployments to download content from a distribution point and run locally, the Configuration Manager client verifies the package hash after it downloads the content.
If you must run deployments directly from distribution points, use NTFS least permissions on the packages on the distribution points. Also use internet protocol security IPsec to secure the channel between the client and the distribution points, and between the distribution points and the site server.
When you configure an application, you can set the option to Allow users to view and interact with the program installation. This setting allows users to respond to any required prompts in the user interface.
If you also configure the application to Run with administrative rights, or starting in version Install for system, an attacker at the computer that runs the program could use the user interface to escalate privileges on the client computer. Use programs that use Windows Installer for setup and per-user elevated privileges for software deployments that require administrative credentials.
Windows Installer per-user elevated privileges provide the most secure way to deploy applications that have this requirement. Restrict whether users can install software interactively Configure the Install permissions client setting in the Computer Agent group.
This setting restricts the types of users who can install software by using the Application Catalog or Software Center.
For example, create a custom client setting with Install permissions set to Only administrators. Apply this client setting to a collection of servers. This configuration prevents users without administrative permissions from installing software on those servers.
An application from a vendor, which is signed by a well-known CA like VeriSign. An internal application that you sign independent from Configuration Manager by using your internal CA.
An internal application that you sign by using Configuration Manager when you create the application type and use a signing certificate. Secure the location of the mobile device application signing certificate If you sign mobile device applications by using the Create Application Wizard in Configuration Manager, secure the location of the signing certificate file, and secure the communication channel.
To help protect against elevation of privileges and against man-in-the-middle attacks, store the signing certificate file in a secured folder.
Use IPsec between the following computers: The computer that runs the Configuration Manager console The computer that stores the certificate signing file The computer that stores the application source files Alternatively, sign the application independent of Configuration Manager and before you run the Create Application Wizard.
Implement access controls To protect reference computers, implement access controls. Restrict and monitor administrative users Restrict and monitor the administrative users who you grant the following application management role-based security roles: Application Administrator Application Author Application Deployment Manager Even when you configure role-based administration, administrative users who create and deploy applications might have more permissions than you realize.
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