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I'm toying with the idea of rolling back to 10.6 from 10.7 to get the December fix as long as it also fixes the duplicate AV entries in WMI.

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Yes it should be.

"ENSW-28917 Windows Defender status now correctly shows disabled when Endpoint Security
is installed on the system."
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Hi @wjohnson1026 

Yes, this thread is talking exactly about that issue 🙂

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@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.

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@chealey,
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

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Hello,

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.

 

Regards,

Thomas

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Installed the December update on a test machine and so far so good!

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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?

 

Thanks

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Thanks for confirming.

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