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How should SCCM detect that Anti-Malware is installed? We used the default setting to look for the MSI Product code, but found that devices that have had the client uninstalled, still have that code. So they don't get the program reinstalled. What is the preferred way to detect that Malware Bytes is not installed?
Hello, We are wanting to use SCCM to deploy the malwarebytes client (exe, msi) to the other computers on the network. When we tried to deploy it trhough SCCM, the installation does not occur, and a general error message occurs. When I try the msi at the administrative command window: msiexec /I malwarebytes.msi /q An error message occurs, "This advertised application will not be installed because it might be unsafe. Contact your administrator to change the installation user interface option of the package to basic." When I try the exe at the administrative command window: malwarebytes.exe /S An error message occurs, "This advertised application will not be installed because it might be unsafe. Contact your administrator to change the installation user interface option of the package to basic." Any ideas on how to use SCCM to deploy the msi or the exe? The exe or msi works if I manually install it on the computer with administrator rights. Thank You :0)
Hi I'm trying to deploy the client using SCCM and it keeps failing with error code 0x643 (1603). I'm using the MSI generated by the console. One thing I do notice is that if I run the MSI manually then it tells me that I need to be logged in as an administrator. Has anyone else had this problem? Thanks.
Anyone get the Management Console for MEE with a silent installer? I have the exe for the console, but I'd like to deploy the management console to our techs with System Center Config Manager silently.