Introduction Endpoint Security is a comprehensive security management solution that runs on network computers to identify and stop threats automatically. This Help explains how to use the basic security features and troubleshoot problems. If your computer is managed, an administrator sets up and configures Endpoint Security using one of these management servers: McAfee® ePolicy Orchestrator® (McAfee® ePO™) McAfee® ePolicy Orchestrator® Cloud (McAfee ePO™ Cloud) For the latest Endpoint Security management license and entitlement information, see KB87057. Note: Adaptive Threat Protection isn't supported on systems managed by McAfee ePO Cloud. If your computer is self-managed, also called unmanaged, you or your administrator configure the software using the Endpoint Security Client. Endpoint Security modules The administrator configures and installs one or more Endpoint Security modules on client computers. How Endpoint Security protects your computerTypically, an administrator sets up Endpoint Security, installs the software on client computers, monitors security status, and sets up security rules, called policies. Interacting with Endpoint SecurityEndpoint Security provides visual components for interacting with the Endpoint Security Client.