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  1. I should clarify that some of the problematic endpoints do have the Malwarebytes Endpoint Agent service started, but do not check in to the dash board. Restarting the service doesn't fix the problem.
  2. I'm also experiencing this issue with a handful of endpoints in my environment. I have roughly 80 endpoints and about 6 or so no longer check in to the dashboard. If I redeploy the endpoint, they will check in once and then stop checking in again. I also noticed that the malwarebyets icon is missing from the system tray on all of these problematic endpoints. Malwarebytes Service is running on all problematic machines. Malwarebytes Endpoint Agent service is not started. If I manually start the service, they will check in and MB shows up in the system tray. Any help getting this resolved would b
  3. @djacobson, thanks for clarification and the additional information. How does one go about upgrading to MBMC 1.8.1 and after doing so, does it require a manual reinstall of MBAM and MBAE for all endpoints or will they automatically work with the new MBMC version? Is there an upgrade path yet for customers who have an existing Endpoint Security license to move to Endpoint Protection? A lot of our endpoints stay off network for extended periods of time and don't get updated from MBMC for months at a time. Endpoint Protection would be a much better solution for us, but we can't abandon
  4. So the management console hasn't been updated in over a year? What about the endpoint client versions? I've been at Anti-Malware Version 1.80.2.1012 and Anti-Exploit version 1.12.2.90 for as long as I can remember. In fact, after fighting with Anti-Exploit causing random Internet Explorer cashes throughout our organization for years, we finally resorted to just uninstalling it. Is there an upgrade path yet to move to Endpoint Protection? Last time I checked, we we're being punished for purchasing a multi-year Endpoint Security license and Malwarebytes offered no cost incentive for mo
  5. Per malwarebytes support: You can download the latest version of our Endpoint Security by going to this URL, https://downloads.malwarebytes.com/file/mbes_for_business Anti-Ransomware is included in the suite, however, it is only a unmanaged version, meaning you cannot deploy it through the Management Console. To install it on an endpoint you will need to push it via GPO policy or 3rd party application. When you download MBES for business you will fine it in the unmanaged folder. When upgrading your server I recommend reading the Endpoint Security Best Practice guide that is included
  6. Seriously? I'm also an enterprise customer, and also need to know how to reclaim a license when a client machine gets re-imaged. There should be NOTHING secret about how to remove a client from the console to reclaim the license. Please advise as I have several client machines that have been removed from production still tying up licenses.
  7. It seems my issue was caused by a conflict with my anti-virus software (Sophos Endpoint Protection). I was able to resolve the issue by doing the following provided by Malwarebytes support; Please make sure that following Malwarebytes' files have been added to the list of excludes of your anti-virus or other security software. *For 32 bit Windows operating systems:* For Malwarebytes Anti-Malware client (if installed): C:\Program Files\Malwarebytes' Anti-Malware\mbam.exe C:\Program Files\Malwarebytes' Anti-Malware\mbamgui.exe C:\Program Files\Ma
  8. Having this exact same issue. Just deployed MBAM and MBAE to roughly 80 endpoints and several are having this issue. All are Windows 10 X64 machines. All have the latest version of MBAM (1.80.1.1011) and MBAE (1.08.2.1045) installed. Several of these are clean installs of Windows 10 with just the basic business applications installed. There are also several that were upgraded from Windows 7/8/1, but none of them had MBAM or MBAE installed (or any security software for that matter). If I disable MBAE, the problem goes away. I've opened a support case and provided logs, but was told the informat
  9. I am indeed using licensed business versions of MBAM and MBAE. Some of the affected clients are clean W10 installs and some are upgrades, however these clients were upgraded before MBAM and MBAE was deployed. I posted here as there is only 1 post on the business forum related to this issue and the only helpful advise on that thread is to uninstall MBAE. I'll post over there as well. Thanks.
  10. Having this exact same issue. Just deployes MBAM and MBAE to roughly 80 endpoints and several are having this issue. All are Windows 10 X64 machines. All have the latest version of MBAM (1.80.1.1011) and MBAE (1.08.2.1045) installed. Several of these are clean installs of Windows 10 with just the basic business applications installed. If I disable MBAM, the problem goes away. I've opened a support case and provided logs, but was told the information had to be sent to developer for review. It appears this has been an ongoing issue for some time and is still affecting business users. I'll post b
  11. I'm also having the same issue and have opened a support case. I've found that clients that are reporting offline in the console all have the 'MeeClientService' not running and the service is set to automatic startup on all clients. Rebooting the client does not allow the service to start automatically. I can manually start the service on the client machines, but that's obviously not feasible on 80 endpoints. I'll post back here once Support has resolved the issue.
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