Please file a case with Support and they should be able to help you.
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I ran into this issue several months ago with solidcore version 6.1.2. I opened up a case and have been working this case with McAfee for the past few months with no resolution yet. They have been unable to reproduct the issue in house but I can consistently reproduce it. The one thing I have noticed is that after two reboots of the system after SC is installed you won't see this error again until you upgrade or reinstall SC again. Good luck!
Please let me know if you get or come to know any solution for this.
I encountered a similar problem, when using McAfee Application Control on a Windows 7 embedded system. On our embedded system, we place the page file on a volume separate from OS volume. After enabling McAfee, the subsequent reboot would always result in the page file being deleted. During the restart some Windows operations would require a page file, and Windows would end up creating a temporary page file on C: drive (OS volume). If I reboot a second time, problem usually (but not all the time) resolved itself - the temporary page file on C: drive would be removed.
I tried experimenting with unsolidifying the page file before the first reboot, but that didn't make the temporary page file problem go away. What I did find that was effective was to issue the solidify command for specific drives - avoiding the drive with my page file. (This was a feasible option for my situation, as this drive does not contain any binaries that I wanted to whitelist.) So if McAfee hasn't solidified a drive, then on the reboot after enabling McAfee; the page file on that unsolidified drive is left alone. The page file is not deleted, and Windows does not have need to create a temporary page file on another drive.
We are looking into this. I will update this thread as soon as there is update.
Can you please apply below rule before enabling/solidifying the system and let me know it fixes the issue or not:
"sadmin skiplist add -i \pagefile.sys"
Bharathkumar AD: Check your free disk space.
I've seen this problem as well on a Win 7 64bit machine that's running in VMWare VDI on an ESX server that has Solidcore in Observe mode. Successive reboots didn't seem to make the problem go away.
The skiplist command failed to help as well.
However, freeing up disk space from a few hundred MB and now having 3GB free and then rebooting... did finally fix it.
I'm concluding for my case at least that Solidcore is unrelated aside from its installation contributing to an "already short on disk space" issue.
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I am also facing this problem on Windows 7. I have VSE, Solidcore & removable device control installed. I have enough free space in C drive. Is there any credible evidence that it's caused by McAfee and workaround.
Do you have any updates on this issue? I am also facing the same problem.