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After migration from VSE to ENS, the McShield and Task Manager services are still listed.

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After migration from VSE to ENS, the McShield and Task Manager services are still listed. I know McShield is now running under mfemms but why didn't ENS remove these services when it removed VSE during migration? Also is it OKay to remove them manually?

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Re: After migration from VSE to ENS, the McShield and Task Manager services are still listed.

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Services were marked for removal by ENS and were removed upon rebooting the system. This can be closed.

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Re: After migration from VSE to ENS, the McShield and Task Manager services are still listed.

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Hello @bgill1963 

Thanks for your post.

I would like to request you to please refer the below KB article:

https://kc.mcafee.com/corporate/index?page=content&id=KB87791

And please do not remove any services, Removing services is not recommended and your product will stop working.

The above KB having the information.

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Re: After migration from VSE to ENS, the McShield and Task Manager services are still listed.

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Services were marked for removal by ENS and were removed upon rebooting the system. This can be closed.

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