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About bdawg425

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  1. Chris was able to solve the problem for me. We were never able to get the push to install working, but we used one of the other tabs to create an exe that installed just fine. Again, thank you for your time! --Brandon
  2. I have also tried with "Enable WMI" both on and off
  3. Hello @exile360 and @N33dful, thank you so much for taking the time to help! I tried these steps, as well as removing the firewall, and it did not work :/ Two points of change though: When pushing to non-windows 10 computer, there is no trouble at all (one is running windows 7 and the other is running windows 8). Also, after making the account on the windows computer a local account (instead of the default that is directly connected our microsoft account), the error message is "Access is Denied". I have confirmed that the account has administrator privileges. What else should I try, --Brandon
  4. Hello, I know this question is overly basic, but this is my first time doing this, so please forgive me. I am trying to use the "push to install" feature to install malwarebytes on computers at my work, but every time I try it comes back with the error "the specified network password is incorrect". I presume that I am putting in the username and password wrong, but I am not sure what needs to go there or how to find it! I can easily login to the admin accounts for all PC's involved (running window's 10). I have tried the displayed username and password used to login to the cpu; I have tried the microsoft account username and password; I have tried changing the password, etc. What needs to go there and how can I find that information? If it helps, the computers are just part of "WORKGROUP". Thanks a million to anyone who can help! --Brandon
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