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  1. What are the command line arguments for the latest MB-Clean tool. 3.xx? Im trying to run the MB-clean to uninstall endpoint protection, but not removing the folders or program. I read somewhere I need to use the /cloud switch? Where is this information at? I searched the forums. I cannot find any information about this.
  2. Hi, We have a full MBBR license. We normally use it when we suspect Malware on a machine. I will copy the files across and then register MBBR in an elevated command line. mbbr register -key:xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx However on one machine I get an error message saying it can not register. No reason why. I've tried the same files and key on 4 other machines and no issues. Any troubleshooting suggestions? Cheers, Rich
  3. Hello, I read an old post that they were working on command line options for MBAM 2.0. I'd like to run a batch to update it and have it run silently in the background unless a reboot is required.
  4. Can someone please confirm if Command Line switches have been returned to MBAM 2.1.x ? /update /fullscan /scan -full
  5. I guess Malwarebytes wants us sys admin to become closer to our clients? Maybe they feel we need more busy work? Why else would they remove a feature that had reduced or work load and helped our clients be more productive by not being nagged by application decisions they know nothing about? The command line. Gone! Now I have to answer about a dozen email a days plus a few phone calls. Gee this is so much better that version 1.x. Thank you malwarebytes for giving me more work to do and freaking out the techincaly unsavvy. Brilliant move.
  6. I am trying to locate detailed information on available Command Line Installs and its related Parameters. Ideally I would like to configure the clients on all computers as described below; PROTECTION tab UNCHECK = "Enable filesystem protection" UNCHECK = "Enable malicious website blocking" UNCHECK = "Start protection module with Windows" UNCHECK = "Start file execution blocking when protection module starts" UNCHECK = "Start malicious website blocking when protection module starts" CHECK = "Automatically quarantine filesystem threats detected by the protection module" CHECK = "Show tooltip balloon when filesystem threat is blocked" CHECK = "Show tooltip balloon when malicious website is blocked" SETTINGS (General Settings) tab UNCHECK = "Terminate Internet Explorer during threat removal" CHECK = "Anonymously report usage statistics" CHECK = "Create right-click context menu" CHECK = "Automatically save log file after scan completes" CHECK = "Open log file immediately after saving" NO PASSWORD CONFIGURED 7 Days = "Warn if database is outdated by:" English = "Language" LEAVE ALL OTHER SETTINGS TO THEIR DEFAULT CONFIGURATION WINDOWS 7 SERVICES DISABLED = MBAMScheduler DISABLED = MBAMService I have already tried to contact the Business Support but have not heard back from anyone, so I am trying this as an option as well while I wait for them to respond. Thank you in advance for any assistance you can provide me with on this topic.
  7. Hi, I'm trying to write a script that incorporates a few different tools... MBAM, ComboFix, etc... into a command line script that can run unattended and automatically save a log to a specified folder. The commands I used were as follows: cd "C:\Program Files (x86)\Malwarebytes' Anti-malware" mbam.exe /update -silent mbam.exe /scan -full -silent /logtofolder "C:\Program Files (x86)\Malwarebytes' Anti-malware\Logs" -log I'm running the script as an administrator and the "working" cursor comes up for a few seconds, however, the time before the script ends is nowhere near long enough to have actually run a full scan. Also, the program creates the specified log folder, but no log is saved. Any idea what's going on? Is there a specific order the parameters need to be in, for example? I've tried a few with no noticeable difference in results. Thanks in advance for any help!
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