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  1. Hi, Sometimes I have a cmd windows tha pop really quickly and said: BITSADMIN version 3.0 BITS administration utility. <C> Copyright 2000-2006 BITSAdmin is deprecated and is not guaranteed to be available in future versions of Windows. Administrative tools for the Bits service are now provided by BITS Powershell cm dlets. Found 3 jobs named "task3". Use the job identifier instead of the job name. I searched several hours for fixes but they seem to depend of the system we use as it said on this topic on your website :
  2. hello i have Malwarebytes Anti-Malware and parameters no longer work for me example: i do "mbam.exe /scan" , "mbam.exe /quickscan" and others and it opens Malwarebytes Anti-Malware and thats it nothing else happens no scan nothing the main reason i need the parameters is for Winrar and the virus scan option it worked before the big update of Malwarebytes Anti-Malware if anyone else has the same problom or this is for every one is there any fix? or is the parameters going to be added soon?
  3. Good morning all. I have a problem with our AD server at my place of work. We've just dealt with what appeared to be a Conficker infection (how is that still getting around? I could've sworn we were fully patched) however it seems now, whenever I log in directly to the server, NOT when logging in to a workstation, the server opens a CMD window and attempts to download an executable file from a server in China via FTP, however it never actually downloads the file. The server is also restarting at around 12:10am every day, even though there is nothing set in Task Scheduler to cause this. C
  4. I have read in various locations that the Command Line Interface has not been restored with version 2.0 YET. However, I was hoping for an official response as to when this is planned to be reintegrated. This feature is an absolute must have. Our business retails MBAM and as a courtesy to our customers we (used to) install custom scripts that run periodic updates and scans for them.
  5. Hi, last saturday, a pop up box appeared, wanting me to open something called windows command processor, i clicked no, then it instantly popped up again, and continued to do so, after a quick search i realised it was a virus, i followed some online instructions, doing things like downloading rkill and malwarebytes, and using both in safe mode to remove the virus, yet it has not removed it, the pop up keeps appearing when i boot in normal mode. so i came here for help. also take note that i have not accepted the pop up box once, i exit it everytime untill it goes down into the toolbar. i ran th
  6. Hello, so last Saturday i got a pop-up asking to open Windows Command Processor, but i clicked no, it instantly popped up again, and kept doing so, after doing i quick search i have realised this is a virus, but after following many online instructions on how to remove it, i have been unsuccessful from removing it from my computer. i have downloaded things like rkill and malwarebytes and scanned the machine many times, but whenever i boot the machine normally (instead of safe mode) the pop-up still occurs. this is a giant inconvience to me and any help would be great thanks!
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