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  1. Agreed. I'm working remotely over the holidays and I don't have physical access to any of these affected desktops to try a safe boot force removal. I'm now worried that these PCs are going to be vulnerable. At this point I'd prefer to just roll back to 6.6.2064.0 and not worry about it, but I can't uninstall the client from any of the failed PCs.
  2. Add me to the list of failed license activation. Of the 30 desktops I upgraded to 6.6.2068.0, ten of them are displaying: Trying to uninstall the product so I can perform a fresh install leads to the uninstaller freezing on "Preparing uninstallation". This needs more attention and a solution from ESET.