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  1. Hi All, Wondering if there is a simple fix for this as I have not been able to find anyone else with this issue online. Running MBAE 1.12.2.124. I am trying to download an .exe in Firefox. I browse to a network share that is not mapped as a drive, and when I click New Folder, AE takes over and kills Firefox. If I save the file to an existing folder, it downloads fine. If I create a new folder in a mapped network drive, it works fine and I can download. If I create a new folder in a local drive, it works fine and I can download. The file that it reports as being blocked is not the file that I was downloading. The file that it reports as being blocked is always a file that resides in the folder in which I am trying to create the new folder. So far, in the six times that it has blocked this, it has cited two different files - though there are many other files in the folder as well. Since it is easy to work around, it is not a show-stopper, but it is annoying.
  2. The MBES instructions on how to fix the Web Blocking issue from Saturday says to disable the real-time protection module for MBAM. It does not say to re-enable it after updating the database. I can't imagine that the solution is to leave the module disabled, so should there be another step included to turn the protection module back on again, such as is included in the MBEP instructions?
  3. Hello, What is the communication method/protocol that the console uses to scan for machines in an IP range? I currently have 107 clients in one subnet reporting as online, but when I scan that subnet to push some client updates, I only end up with 19 found computers. Firewalls are off, NetBIOS over TCP/IP is enabled, and File and Printer Sharing is enabled. I used to get much better results from the scans. The only thing that has changed is that we moved to new building on a mostly new LAN. We use the same subnets as before, and moved most of the switches from the old location, but we do have some new ones. Since we are getting some results, I wouldn't think that the infrastructure would be the issue. The 19 machines that do show up seem to be random, and are from all areas of the building.
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