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  1. I tried the fix tool and get missing kernelbase.dll.
  2. Nope. This is not the first time Malwarebytes screwed up with database definition. I couple years ago some feature or something was added without notification and several people had issues. Our renewal is coming up in June it is questionable if we'll renew wih our past experience with the product and usability/manageability in a enterprise.
  3. A colleague didn't quarantine files but after a reboot cannot get in the system at all, not even safe mode. My system got screwed because it damaged system files which doesn't allow me to install or run anything. There are no restore points. My computer disk drive is encrypted so it would be quite some time to decrypt it and then trying to fix some DLL with the slim chance to ever fix the whole system. I can only do a fresh install as fastest/easiest option in my case. A FP positive on SYSTEM files is no excuse. And that other have that happened also on SYSTEM files is also no excuse. IF there is a proper quality control then it would be noticed since system files only change if they are changed my an update from M$. I understand FP's happen but again I have no understanding when that happens on system files. The "extensive measures" don't restore confidence in the reliability in the product as real-time protection. Good luck everyone fixing their system.
  4. Fluke? If AV/Malware program screws with system files then this is poor/non-existend quality control.
  5. I guess that is the benefit of having a business/corporate/enterprise edition with scheduled updates = many computer will be affected. Thanks for making life harder for IT. We'll go back to the free edition without protection module. Well done Malwarebytes. You are now in line with some other AV/Malware vendors that also caused to destroy systems. As mentioned above I cannot do anything because the kernelbase.dll is broken.... and who knows what else. I also ran out of disk space during the time Malwarebytes tried to quarantied. I had several GB of disk space left before it happened.
  6. I cannot do anything. It says kernelbase.dll is missing. I tried to run the installer and tried Chameleon.
  7. Hello, I know this forum is not really for business versions but since the business support and development team doesn't seem to care or understand, I'm posting here the hassle I have with deploying the EE version to share the trouble I have and maybe get tips to do it better. I have been waiting for the Enterprise Edition for year and it has been out now for a year I believe. But looking at the product it is very limited and really friendly to distribute in enterprise business. It has improvements and additional features compared to the Corporate version (central console to check/update MBAM databases at clients, policies and reporting). But when it comes to deploy the clients it really is not enterprise ready: - the built-in feature to deploy clients works only for clients in the LAN and when they are turned on - you could use GPO with the msi file (cielnt package you can create) but that still doesn't update remote computers - according to support and what I have noticed during deployment of the EE client version, you need to uninstall any previous Malwarebytes version to properly install the EE version - the mbam engine is outdated compared to corporate and PRO version, right now MBAM.exe is still version 1.62 - to find the currently installed version you have to look in the registry because all files are outdated and the managed client has a different version - when you open the GUI it shows version 1.65.1 even though mbam.exe is still version 1.62 and mbamgui.exe is version 1.65.0 (both files are from Sep 29th 2012) - to uninstall MBAM properly via command line you have to run the cleanup utility which run silently automatically reboots the computer Not sure how other companies do their deployment of applications but most laptops we have are never or seldom connected to any office networks thus wouldn't get any deployment when using the EE built-in feature or GPO's. Long ago we deployed Lumension as application to deploy applications and keep non-M$ applications up to date. With Lumension you can create your own deployment package that can be deployed to any computer that has a Internet connection. To check if the package is already installe dyou can check for file versions, or registry keys or just the existence of files and keys. But with all the issues mentioned above it is difficult at best to properly deploy the EE version to clients especially since we had MBAM PRO/Corporate installed before EE was released. regards Enrico
  8. I'm waiting for a response too. I've sent a webform request a few months back and two weeks ago an email. We are interested in purchasing around 170 licenses.