Do not know if it's just here to report my problem, but I'll try it here: I use Mac
I am a residential customer and I'm having trouble with something "Enterprise" which is preventing it from being installed Mcafee LiveSafe for Mac when message appeared saying that my computer is installed on a version of this Enterprise.
For this reason I can not install LiveSafe.
I need help to remove this Enterprise, which never installed.
Just 'Enterprise' on it's own? No mention of McAfee? It could be just about anything. McAfee software would be listed in your programs.
I think this will be best placed in Livesafe anyway so will move it there.
Message was edited by: Ex_Brit on 11/10/13 8:30:07 EDT PM
Allow yourself to disagree. Nobody will know the LiveSafe remove Mcafee Enterprise. I believe that the community will know the Enterprise.
Incidentally, I think you could help me, because I have 3 products that Mcafee - all paid and validity - and I'm no protection on my computer. I never installed this product (Enterprise) on my machine. It appeared when it was removed Mcafee Internet Security for Mac that I used (valid for maio/2014) and try to install LiveSafe with the help of this support Mcafee.
Today I downloaded a new software (Mcafee Endpoint Protection for Mac) that Mcafee and tried to install and the message that I have installed on my machine a more modern version?????
Before that came the message that I have Enterprise installed on my machine.
I have been since October 7 in this situation, even speaking for many (MANY EVEN) times with the support of this Mcafee.
I live in Brazil and I need help.
Sorry for my English because i I'm using Google Translate.
OK I have moved this to Business > MAC & Linux Products - hopefully someone here will know what this is all about. I cannot help as I have no knowledge of either MAC, Endpoint Protection or Livesafe.
Please wait for an answer.
If you are using Endpoint Protection you theoretically should have access to the support portal using a grant number. If you don't know what that is consult with whomever provided the software.