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Instead of trying to protect multiple virtual machines simultaneously with duplicate installations of Malwarebytes, and requiring a separate license for each VM, wouldn't it be more practical to just have the main Malwarebytes application installed on the host system and a thin client installed on each VM that inherits a license activation from the host system?

And while I'm on the subject of VMs, what about using a Malwarebytes installation on a host machine to protect any guest machines imaged with older operating systems (for instance, Windows 2000/ME virtual machines), and/or randomizing scheduled task times to prevent overstressing the server's resources?


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Hello Amaroq_Starwind,

Thank you for for the suggestion, I'll go ahead and create a feature request on your behalf and send this up to our Engineering and Development team.

Warm Regards,

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