Yes, this thread is talking exactly about that issue 🙂
@jmcg ENSW-29332 involved a very specific upgrade scenario which involved the uninstallation of the product and reinstallation without a reboot inbetween. A normal upgrade scenario would not leave you encountering this issue.
Thanks for the information.
You may want to put more information then on your release note about the issue. Because when you don't know that, it's really scary.. haha
After some tests, I found a workaround, because hide toast notification is not good for me...
Just create a scheduled task on the event 5038 from the Security log (provider : Microsoft-Windows-Security-Auditing)
On this event, start this command :
"C:\Program Files (x86)\McAfee\Endpoint Security\Threat Prevention\amcfg.exe" /enable /av
And that's it, Security Center now says McAfee is enabled 😀👌
PS : I found this command with some Procmon after clicked on "Activate" Antivirus in Security Center.
Can you please run the WMI command from earlier in this thread to show what security providers are installed? Do you have correctly a single McAfee and a single Defender and with them active and disabled respectively?