You can have a mixed environment; just be careful about how the Endpoint Security deployment task is assigned.
The VSE settings can be migrated to ENS equivalent settings using the "Endpoint Migration Assistant". This wizard can be run as often as you need. It does not lose the VSE settings.
The migration assistant may have to be run at least twice (once for policies, another for tasks). Note, when you migrate policies from VSE you can migrate Workstation or Server settings, not both. ENS uses a single policy for workstations and servers; so you would have to recreate that separation if you desire to uphold that regime.
The end result, you'll have your VSE settings still, and some ENS ones too that match (as best we can make them match).
You then have the task of assigning those migrated policies.
Hi wwarren, just want to clarify what you said: "when you migrate policies from VSE you can migrate Workstation or Server settings, not both."
In the migration guide it says :"Migrate workstation and server policies separately if you have both defined."
So to me we can migrate both but need to do it separately?
Aye. When you use the interface you'll see both statements are saying the same thing.