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  1. Hi N33dful, I downloaded new msi package today and used the following command - msiexec /i Setup.MBEndpointAgent.x64.msi /quiet /log mbaminstalllog.txt GROUP="GROUPID" and it worked perfect.
  2. Update: If I manually move the endpoint to the group I am wanting, and then delete the endpoint, reboot machine, re-install with same command, it adds the endpoint to the group I want, not the Default Group.
  3. Can anyone provide some assistance? I uses the examples for the silent install and it assigns the endpoint to the Default Policy. Below is the command I used Below are the command lines I have attempted msiexec /quiet /i Setup.MBEndpointAgent.x64.msi GROUP=<Copied to Clipboard from icon next to Group> (tried with and without quotations) msiexec /i Setup.MBEndpointAgent.x64.msi GROUP=<Copied to Clipboard from icon next to Group> (tried with and without quotations) /qn msiexec /i Setup.MBEndpointAgent.x64.msi /quiet GROUP=<Copied to Clipboard from icon next to Group> (tried with and without quotations) msiexec /i Setup.MBEndpointAgent.x64.msi GROUP=<Copied to Clipboard from icon next to Group> (tried with and without quotations) /quiet So I am wondering if there is a delay on when the group gets applied to the endpoint after installation or could there be an issue with communication between cloud.malwarebytes.com and the endpoint? Any thoughts would be greatly appreciated!
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