Differences Between Microsoft Security Essentials and FCS

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Can you explain the key differences between Microsoft Security Essentials and FCS?

This question is from the Microsoft Live Chat which took place on July 13th.

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Microsoft Security Essentials is a consumer antimalware solution- provides advanced protection to individual Windows clients. There is no centralized management for MSE. FCS on the other hand is an enterprise antimalware solution- it provides comprehensive malware protection to enterprise wide clients- so it can be centrally managed for policies, deployment, monitoring etc

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    Does FCS also do viruses or will a secondary application need to be installed?
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