In order to protect users from their first installation, Microsoft recently released an update to Microsoft defender in the windows installation image. The new update applies to Microsoft's latest operating system installation mirror, especially for Windows 10 home, professional, enterprise, Windows Server 2016/2019. version
After the update is deployed, the anti-malware client, engine, and signature versions are automatically updated. "This package includes monthly updates and fixes for Microsoft Defender AntiMalware platforms and engines, which is what Microsoft Defender Antivirus in the Windows 10 use ," Microsoft explains. The package also includes updated security intelligence updates as of the release date ".
Microsoft recommends that users not use the Live mirror, and the company says the operating system running in the virtual machine may eventually be damaged after installing the deployment. A software package update tool can be Windows 10 64 bit with PowerShell 5.1 run. After downloading the update from the following link, the user can deploy to the Windows system mirror by following the command
After installation, the following versions should be running on your Windows installation image (needless to say, they will be updated when Microsoft releases new packages to customers).
Platform version: 4.18.2008.9 4.18.2008.9
Engine version :1.1.17400.5
Signature version: 1.323.2216.0.