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Remotely remove schedules (command line)

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Our organization recently pushed out a remote register/schedule script to 100+ machines running MBAM Pro. 


One of the commands we used is:

"C:\Program Files (x86)\Malwarebytes' Anti-Malware\mbam.exe" /schedule /scan -full -remove /daily /starting 08/10/2013 03:30:00 /every 1 /silent /wakefromsleep


The problem lies in that some of the machines were already manually configured with a full scan time, and this created duplicate scans. How can we remotely clean/remove scheduled events from machines? 


Thank you.

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Hello and welcome, anon_user: :)


Until one of the staff arrives...


This forum is targeted mostly to home users.


As your post indicates that this is a business/corporate/enterprise use of MBAM PRO, the most efficient way to get free assistance with this would be at the corporate help desk.


They can be reached by opening a support ticket here: Contact Corporate Support.

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

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

email: cs@cleverbridge.com

Phone: +1-866-522-6855

Monday - Friday: 8:00 AM - 8:00 PM (CST)



The support team will work with you via email to resolve your issue. :)


Hope this helps,



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The same way you created them.  You can use a startup script from active directory to delete all tasks with MABM in the name.   Then I would actually recommend using the builtin support for scheduled tasks instead of the Windows task.


You can contact Business Support for further assistance if you like.

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