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I got a pop up that it had quarantined an Office 365 file.  I think it was click to update.  It wasn't showing as quarantined and I couldn't restore it.  It hosed my Office 365 installation and I had to reinstall it.  I just deleted the program since I'm afraid it's going to do the same thing again.  It wouldn't have been so bad if it had actually showed under quarantine and I could have restored it. 

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Hello jerryledoux and :welcome:

The system's issue with the the Microsoft Office 365 false positive has been well reported/documented by others and likely was the OfficeClickToRun.exe file.

If a re-consideration is made, to resume beta testing MBARW, we can give you the then full pathname relevant exclusion entry.

Also, an excellent Microsoft repair procedure is available to obviate the need to reinstall Office 365.

Thank you for beta testing MBARW and your valued feedback.

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Hello jerryledoux:

In order to match your generosity, the MBARW Beta directory archives, from the computer in question, would require analysis because of Microsoft's obscure pathnames.

However, if you would like to determine the present pathname for OfficeClickToRun.exe, that is the basis for the necessary entry in: MBARW GUI Dashboard -> Exclusions.

However, if like earlier this month a substantial Microsoft Office update is installed, that pathname would likely require modification.

Thank you.

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