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Obtain the Malwarebytes' Clean Removal tool .

 

Remote into the PC and copy mbam-clean.exe to the PC (or have it on a shared Mapped Drive).
 
Use the Microsoft (Sysinternals) PsExec utility to execute the utility on the remote PC.

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Obtain the Malwarebytes' Clean Removal tool .

 

Remote into the PC and copy mbam-clean.exe to the PC (or have it on a shared Mapped Drive).

 

Use the Microsoft (Sysinternals) PsExec utility to execute the utility on the remote PC.

 

Thank you. I was already directed there by MB support. Do you know if there are any parameters? I figured out there's a /silent to get it to not prompt, but I didn't see any kind of /? to list the params - was hoping for a /norestart or /noreboot

 

I've already used Powershell to copy it to all computers, I'll probably use a "invoke-command" from Powershell to kick it off too.

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I'm sorry, I can't help you with Powershell, I always use KiXtart but it is a simple matter of launching a Shell() to PSEXEC with the proper switches.

The command line switches are; psexec.txt
and can be obtained by running PSEXEC /?
 
Unfortunately I don't know of any MBAM-Clean switch parameters and I don't see any mentioned in; MBAM Clean Removal Process

 

AutoIT scripts have the ability to automatically "check" GUI based selection dialog boxes.  Maybe Powershell can as well to help automate the process.

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