I'm just wondering what the differences are between the Business Endpoint Protection compared to the Home products. Aside from price and support for Windows Server, are there any other significant differences between the two products in terms of the protection they provide or available features?
Best answer by LLiddellView original
Since my original post, I went ahead with a home version trial, and saw that it too has some basic management via the web console. Enough to make sure my machines are protected, that the kids aren't tampering with the settings, and that I can keep an eye on any infections. My devices are (mostly) in the same location, so full remote administration and configuration is not that important, and the home version seems to have enough control in terms of allowing or blocking specific processes for what I need.
I've gone ahead with licenses for the home version for my primary devices. Thanks again for taking the time to clarify the differences between the two versions for me.
Hopefully this helps! If not, please let me know so either myself or someone from our licensing team can reach out and set up a call.