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  1. I installed Malwarebytes 3.3.1.2183 on our Server 2008 R2 Domain Controller / Exchange Server. "Website Blocking" breaks all functions on the Domain Controller that require internet access, including the Exchange Server, Malewarebytes Licensing and Malewarebytes Updates. Microsoft Domain Controllers use their own internal DNS server for on-board applications with the internal DNS server handling those DNS requests for internet web sites. This would be problem for all Microsoft Domain Controllers with Malwarebytes 3 so I am hoping there is a well-known solution. One work-around, is to add an external DNS server address to the Domain Controller's network adaptor, but that is not a recommended configuration for a Domain Controller. The domain controller is supposed to use its own DNS server which forwards DNS requests to a public DNS server for internal clients including itself.
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