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Tried to install Enterprise version of MalwareBytes. Chose External Database, put in the server and pre-created database names (abc\def) to a SQL Server 2008, put in the local database username and password with sysadmin rights. Kept getting error "Failed to connect to the database server. Please check the database address". So created a Embedded Database just so we can move on. Now, able to connect to SERVER\SQLEXPRESS remotely; but get an error "SQL Prompt cannot retrieve objects from {path}\SCDB.MDF"; which I do not have permissions. SA account is disabled; there is no documentation from Malwarebytes on what username / password are used for DB. How do I proceed?

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Hello and :welcome:

As your statement seems to indicate that this is a business please contact corporate support and they will assist you with this.

Please fill out this form located --> Right HERE and someone from corporate support will get in contact with you.

Also make sure you have malwarebytes.org and salesforce.com in your Safe Sender list in email.

In order to assist you better please provide the following information when contacting them.

Cleverbridge Order Reference Number:

Organization name:

Approved Contact name:

If you no longer have access to the order number you can contact Cleverbridge to obtain information about your order.

Cleverbridge customer service

Thank you

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