My office computer is not domain joined. I have looked at the FEP / MSE
settings on both computers. Both of them have a Quick Scan scheduled.
The scheduled scan works on the office machine with FEP, fails on the
home computer with MSE. I tried changing the schedule on the home
computer, in case it was conflicting with other scheduled tasks on my
computer, and that didn't help any -- the scheduled scan still fails to run.
On 8/2/2011 11:00 AM, Andrew Hendrickson wrote:
> FEP is controlled by group policy if installed on domain joined computers (I think?), you'll also note that you can't change the preferred actions in FEP on a domain joined machine.
> Not sure what the installed defaults would be in FEP on a non joined machine?
> MSE is public freeware and I suspect the user has to set the scheduled scans?
> On Aug 2, 2011, at 10:49 AM, Helen Read wrote:
>> I have MSE installed on a home computer (32-bit Vista). The system tray icon is perpetually orange and unhappy that my system is "at risk" because the scheduled scans fail to run. The computer is left on at the times when the scan should run, but so far the scheduled task has never run.
>> Meanwhile I have FEP (essentially the same product, right?) installed on my office computer (64-bit Win7). The scheduled scans run just fine, and the tray icon is a nice happy green.
>> Any ideas?
>> Helen Read
>> Senior Lecturer
>> Mathematics& Statistics
>> University of Vermont
> Andrew Hendrickson
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