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BillPeavy

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  1. Thanks for this information. When I originally licensed MBES, I remember being told it would work with Windows Server 2016. That said, it seems to me that several users would have been saved grief had MBARW made at least a minimal effort to see if it was being installed on an unsupported OS. Almost every software in my experience tests for compatibility with the OS -- why not MBARW? Anyway, thanks for your clarification.
  2. Dylion, I've not seen this documented anywhere. Can you point it out please? Thanks,
  3. As far as I can tell, that's the case. I just completed running Windows Backup on the server and that application INVARIABLY spawned that BSOD. I left the Anti-Malware and Anti-Exploit products on the server and we're not having any problems so far. Hope this helps...
  4. Well, I've seen in on my DELL PowerEdge T440 Server. I removed Anti-Ransomware last evening and I'm running the Windows Backup right now. Windows Backup would ALWAYS trigger this event when starting up. Thanks for all the posts on this.
  5. I'm having the same issue. My server is Windows Server 2016 Std. There is a report of the same issue in a Microsoft TechNet post: "Just in case someone else is seeing this issue Windows Server 2016 14393.2972 and above will BSOD-Kernel Auto Boost Lock Acquisition With Raised IRQL in fltmgr.sys if you have Malwarebytes anti-ransomware installed Can confirm with product 0.9.18.806-1.1.219 Not sure if this affects the all in one solution" I get numerous event 0 arising in MB3Service and one in MBAMService. And I can MAKE it happen when I start Windows Backup to a USB3 External Drive.
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