This looks as if it belongs in one of the Business sections, probably Management Platform. The secondary question about the detected Trojan implies that it cannot be removed - try downloading the latest DAT file and see if that works; if not, post a separate message in Security Awareness (Malware Discussion/Corporate User Assistance).
You could create an automated task to push agents on these systems if you wish so.
let me know what exactly you want to do so i could try to help you
please setup an automated response for rogue detections with action to push epo agent. Subsequently, please define a VirusScan deployment task that runs in intervals you see fit (like in the morning or at cone, or every two hours, etc.). Once it VirusScan deployed successfully no actual further file downlooad or installation will be made if epo agent sees that there is no use of it.
As for the possible malware .DLL you cannot remove: chances are the file is kept in use by a loaded program or it is the program/driver itself that was loaded, or it is loaded under one of the system processes that Windows does not allow to kill.
There is a slight chance to clean it yourself if you have command line VirusScan with latest engine and DATs on a removable drive and while you boot safe mode, you could use the command line scanner to remove the file.