Temporarily disable VSE, restore the quarantined item and submit it as per: http://www.mcafee.com/us/mcafee-labs/resources/how-to-submit-sample.aspx
Then make an exception for it.
It's been a while since I used VSE mind you, so I will defer to the experts here, hopefully they will contribute to this thread soon.
I thought it a good idea to post as it is the weekend and maybe not so many people are available.
Message was edited by: Ex_Brit on 28/07/13 9:25:01 EDT AM
As I added to my post, it's been a while since I used the product but you should be able to temporarily disable real-time scanning and then restore the file from quarantine long enough to submit it for testing.
You should also be able to right-click the file and tell VSE to ignore it in future.
Don't you have access to the support portal?
If not then hopefully someone else will contribute suggestions here.
Welcome to the forums.
My virusscanner removes it everytime.
I know for a fact it isn't a virus, how can I get rid of this?
I need that dll badly.
Got McAfee Enterprise 8.7i
I'm really not into computers haha, so could you explain it to me really easy?
I hope you don't mind.
"I know for a fact it isn't a virus" and "I'm really not into computers" are contradictions.
Dll files are used by calling Applications.
What 'Application' is this .dll file associated with?
What makes you think this .dll file is not infected?
What does VSE claim the infection is, by name?
What Patch level is VSE 8.7i at?
What DAT version are you running?
If the .dll file is part of a simple install program, have you submitted this program file to VirusTotal.com? If so, provide the URL to that scan.
Have you considered updating VSE to v8.8 (of course with a valid Grant Number) and Patch 2 (or 3 depending on your Windows OS version)?
Post back with any answers, if possible.