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Hi, I have a strange problem where Malwarebytes Management Console is syncing with active directory, however some clients are not appearing in their active driectory folder on the management console, they appear only in the "ungrouped clients" folder at the top of the list and if you click move you are unable to move them back to their correct folder. I have run the sync now button, confirmed that the username and password is correct. If we move a computer on active directory or rename it, the change is reflected in the management console. Please see the two screenshots regarding this problem. Any ideas? Thanks, James
I use the Malwarebytes Management Console. Trying to install Endpoint Security anti-malware and anti-exploit via Client Push Install on 7 new computers that are Windows 10 Professional 64 bit. The error I receive is "the RPC server is unavailable. Please allow WMI through Windows Firewall." I have indeed already allowed WMI through Windows Firewall. I've installed 20 other machines. Ideas? I need to get these installed asap.
Exploit version not updating on Management Console, I am currently on 1.08.2.1012. I need to get it up to: 22.214.171.124 My Management Console appears to need an update as well. Version 126.96.36.19908 I need to get it up to: 188.8.131.5243
Greetings. I have inherited an installation of MWB Management Console/Server, v. 184.108.40.20616. I'm currently making preparations to upgrade to v. 1.8, but there's a specific issue I'm hoping to address that does not appear to be mentioned in the documentation: client IP for our end users is acquired using DNS, and since some of our endpoints are laptops that travel off-campus and other endpoints are machines that will occasionally be powered off for several days at a time, I find I am spending a lot of time curating the client database to deal with stale IPs and duplicate user endpoints. My question, therefore, is: does the Management Console offer a means of acquiring IP through DHCP instead, and if not, does MWB offer a different product with that functionality that I should investigate instead? Yours in gratitude for your time and expertise, -Kyle