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  1. Haven't had a chance to look. Busy day. If the SSD fixes aren't slipstreamed then I still can't deploy a new installation using an Intel drive. I will check to see what they've got up. Thanks.
  2. Nobody's happier to see it than me. Well, maybe my neighbor who manages an IS department that has a couple of dozen Surface Pros deployed. I wonder if they've slipstreamed the fixes into their downloadable ISO?
  3. Well... Not surprising now that I think about it. On most of these machines I've already tinkered with them ahead of time. I know I'm going to install Nod32 so I zing in a few registry changes: [HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Policies\Microsoft\Windows Defender] "DisableAntiSpyware"=dword:00000001 [HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Policies\Microsoft\Windows Defender\Real-Time Protection] "DisableRealtimeMonitoring"=dword:00000001 [HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Policies\Microsoft\Windows Defender\Windows Defender Exploit Guard\Network Protection] "EnableNetworkProtection"=- I'm
  4. Not running. That part worked. I guess. WD is generally not running when the Nod32 errors occur. Hadn't thought about that before.
  5. If it does anything besides pitch an annoying security center box in R4 i can't confirm it. I still had to disable security center or it can be clicked right back on. I had to: Computer\HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Services\SecurityHealthService - set start to 4 and Computer\HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Run - delete the string value labeled SecurityHealth So far I haven't tinkered this particular machine too much. The famous antivirus initialization error was evident when I found it this morning. I didn't know I had this many
  6. I did that already. All three of the laptops I reference early in this thread were brand new hard drives with v1803 installed from scratch. As soon you install Nod32 and reboot the antivirus starts failing. That Avast problem... It even breaks restore points so you're caught in a loop if you try to go back. I always straighten existing machines out... Clean them up... Make sure there's no viruses or rootkits... Clear all restore points and make a new one... Then do the upgrade. I haven't had that particular problem where I couldn't return. But I only use eset products and malwarebytes so
  7. Doesn't work for all of them. The one I was trying to dump the memory on had the protective service disabled.
  8. That last one... Avast breaks the rollback too apparently. Re-Install is the only answer for them.
  9. Okie-Doke. Glad you have what you need. I'm looking at a shelf with 10 Dell i560 desktops, all dual core Intels, all with 4Gb RAM, all were running 32-bit Windows, all of which got retired by either v1709 or now v1803 for various reasons, starting with the Scepter and Meltdown patches. It's a damn shame. All were replaced with new machines, I7 processors and 16GB RAM running 64-Bit Windows. Somebody's making good money from these Microsoft errors. I'm not a conspiracy nut but in this case... Oh, one of my other groups are reporting that 64-Bit Windows machines with AVG and Avast updati
  10. Good Gawd. I can't get a memory dump from this computer by remote. The computer is so slow... And I'm trying to do it by remote. It's in too trafficy an area and someone keeps coming by, trying to use it and resetting it. Apparently the dump is taking hours. I can't induce a crash dump because I'm not there. Frustrating.
  11. BAM! Caught one in the wild. Exact scenario we've been talking about. All three updates. Producing the Virus Scanner Initialization Failed message right now. Loading the NET developer tools on it so I'll have a memory dump later today.
  12. Problem was on the server end. They had to change their group policy to force updated clients. They're running Win2008 R2 if that helps anyone.
  13. I was just playing with that new group policy. Enabling Computer Configuration -> Administrative Templates -> System -> Credentials Delegation allows you to select migitgated, vulnerable or just disable the policy. This is a RDP session to a server that allows the user to look up all property records at every county court house in Oklahoma. I think I'm going to call them and see what they say because manipulating the three options doesn't help.
  14. Here's another new one itman. RDP remote session is broken in v1803. Studying a workaround now. The hits just keep on coming.
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