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LeeWei

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  1. Please feel free to send me any enhancements and requests!
  2. @MnM33, We are meant to paste Machine IDs into the panel to move them to a different group, and not computer names. - First use menu Configuration and Options, and check the option "Import and Show ID Properties". - Next use menu Endpoint Computers to import a computers of interest. - You are meant to copy the ID column of the endpoints of interest to the Move Endpoints screen. Sorry that this is a little convoluted. Use either the Console or the Excel Addin for the job depending on which one is easier. The reason for the steps is that when I developed this for a customer, they have a complicated filtering criteria to select hundreds of computers before grabbing the IDs and pasting into the Move Endpoints screen. Please contact me if I can be of help at lwei @ malwarebytes.com.
  3. @wep I have confirmed that Excel 2007 does not work correctly because there are APIs I use that is not available in 2007.
  4. @wep Thanks for the extra context and information.
  5. I have seen this error when there are more rows than Excel can handle. This current Excel versions can handle 1M rows. - What version of Excel are you using - What operation are you doing when you get the error - Would you mind contacting me at lwei @ malwarebytes.com and I would like to find the bug.
  6. @Kalrand Thanks for the information, very useful.
  7. @Kalrand you are referring to the Excel Addin itself is up to date? That makes so much sense, and maybe I should just pop a message (but not too often as to be annoying) once in a while?
  8. Very nice and works well for me, thanks @Taylor9 - once I follow your requirements to install ActiveDirectory module and use PowerShell v5.
  9. @RickyF I have seen this problem but having a hard time trying to duplicate the error. The error is local, and nothing to do with the Malwarebytes server. Basically, the code cannot create a new worksheet. Others have reported it, but then it goes away. I wonder if it has to do with another Excel process running away. Can you please use the Task Manager to double-check. Does the problem go away if you were to reboot the computer?
  10. @AndrewPP, I used and benefited from this today, thank you for the great work!
  11. @RickyF, there is a change in the API causing the error which I have fixed in version 2.3.1. Sorry about that. Lee Wei
  12. @amartilianom, the log files are located here: C:\Users\[user_name]\AppData\Local\Temp\Malwarebytes Excel Addin adregistrator.log is the log file generated during installation. adxloader.log is the log file generated when the Addin is being loaded in Excel You can send to me via private message, and we will look for errors. If think you have already done this, in Excel Menu --> File --> Options screen below, make sure that the Excel Addin is not in the Inactive or Disable lists. Lastly, I have message you with my contact info to help.
  13. @wpclau looks like a bug in the code. I determine the available properties (columns) from the first record. So if the first row does not have a "status.last_scanned_at" property, it will miss it. Normally the API returns a NULL value for the property, but in this case, the first row is not returning anything for "last_scanned_at". You can see the data returned by click on "Show API details" button. For a workaround, the list is returned sorted by ascending computer name. So if it is possible to ensure the first row has a value, that will make it work.
  14. @wpclau, this should have already been available under importing of Endpoint Data per the screen shot below. Let me know if you are referring to something different.
  15. @RickyF, search for the machine name in the "Endpoint Computers" button, NOT "Detection and Threats".
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