2. In ePO go to VSE Policies -> General options -> Edit the one you are using for your company and under View options set the policy Show icon on the System tray with minimal options. In addition you can set password for the VSE console under password options tab.
Exchange 2013 -> https://kc.mcafee.com/corporate/index?page=content&id=KB51471
4. Check the Access protection log to see if you can see any activity related with explorer.exe
- One strange problem occurred today on few systems Keygen is not getting detected or deleted by VSE...
- would like to know about is there any McAfee Native Boot Scan available on client systems
For the keygen, just upload the file to McAfee Labs to be investigated as may be is a file that McAfee is not aware of.
To submit a sample follow this link:
There is not a McAfee Native Boot Scan available at the moment but you could submit a PER (Product Enhancement Request) to McAfee and they will consider to release in the future
To submitt a PER follow this link:
Please ensure that your VSE is updated.
This sounds like autoruns malware. Collect some samples (about 10 shortcuts) and upload to McAfee labs and they will provide you and extraDAT