IMEI is more for use in an Enterprise environment stanisluv, for people wanting to use remote access a lot or at least that's what Google tells me. Why do you need it may I ask?
You may need to install updated chipset drivers to use it anyway, once installed and it's only applicable to certain Intel branded motherboards.
McAfee should not prevent anything from running from a TEMP folder without permission from you of course as that's where most installers deposit their files.
I'm not sure I'm clear on what you are intending to do here.
Maybe the installer needs to be run as an Administrator? Just a thought. (Right-click the installer setup file and select 'Run as Administrator').
Then this is more critical issue than I thought before. I just tried to install IMEI. Nothing more. I didn`t set any permissions for TEMP folder. MTP just block it & doesn`t show any alerts or smth like that.
PS. I just upgrade my desktop & found IMEI here:
Installer always runs as Admin. It`s by default.
I just amended my post above so re-read it.
If I were downloading Intel software I would go to Intel's website for it.
Anyway McAfee shouldn`t block software without alerts. Can you try to install IMEI? If yes then don`t foget to set checkbox in installer.
I don't have an Intel branded motherboard. Mine's ASUS so I don't think it will be compatible, regardless of chipset.
I think that perhaps you should be asking support about this as it's rather technical.
I have GA-P75-D3. So if you have Intel chipset on your ASUS motherboard then you can try. I can`t ask support because I don`t have purchased McAfee software.
Then this thread should be in the beta section, should I move it there? If you aren't using retail software you should only post in the beta group.
The software isn't offered for my motherboard (P6T Deluxe V2) on ASUS download page and I can't find it at Intel either so would rather not try.
could you keep thread here? As I post before retail version should has this issue too. Some of issue just were migrated from retail version to beta & I think this is one of them.
Just want to know: may be somebody elase can reproduce it on Retail?