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Latest version of EIS 11.1.42.0 shows error in eventlog with: ScRegSetValueExW call failed for FailureActions with the following error: Access is denied.

on every boot. No former versions have ever done that. I have clean installed v 11.1.42.0 from scratch and used uninstall tool in safe mode several times.

How to fix?

 

Windows 10 Pro x64 1709 16299.309 (all up to date)

EIS v11.1.42.0

Detection Engine: 17084 (20180319)
Rapid Response module: 11793 (20180319)
Update module: 1014 (20180123)
Antivirus and antispyware scanner module: 1535 (20180202)
Advanced heuristics module: 1184.1 (20171212)
Archive support module: 1272 (20180122)
Cleaner module: 1154 (20180222)
Anti-Stealth support module: 1128 (20180316)
Firewall module: 1373.1 (20180103)
ESET SysInspector module: 1270 (20170808)
Translation support module: 1672 (20180309)
HIPS support module: 1313 (20180227)
Internet protection module: 1328 (20180226)
Web content filter module: 1058 (20170406)
Advanced antispam module: 7064 (20180319)
Database module: 1096 (20180202)
Configuration module (33): 1659.1 (20180315)
LiveGrid communication module: 1043 (20180205)
Specialized cleaner module: 1012 (20160405)
Banking & payment protection module: 1126 (20180309)
Rootkit detection and cleaning module: 1019 (20170825)
Network protection module: 1628 (20180319)
Router vulnerability scanner module: 1045 (20180131)
Script scanner module: 1033 (20180228)
Connected Home Network module: 1019.1 (20180220)
Cryptographic protocol support module: 1025 (20171106)

 

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I have the same event ID showing also. I honestly don't know if it's a serious issue or not. I installed EIS v11.1.42.0 over my old version.

Windows 10 Home x64 1709 16299.309 (also all up to date)

 

Detection Engine: 17084 (20180319)
Rapid Response module: 11793 (20180319)
Update module: 1014 (20180123)
Antivirus and antispyware scanner module: 1535 (20180202)
Advanced heuristics module: 1184.1 (20171212)
Archive support module: 1272 (20180122)
Cleaner module: 1154 (20180222)
Anti-Stealth support module: 1128 (20180316)
Firewall module: 1373.1 (20180103)
ESET SysInspector module: 1270 (20170808)
Translation support module: 1672 (20180309)
HIPS support module: 1313 (20180227)
Internet protection module: 1328 (20180226)
Web content filter module: 1058 (20170406)
Advanced antispam module: 7064 (20180319)
Database module: 1096 (20180202)
Configuration module (33): 1659.1 (20180315)
LiveGrid communication module: 1043 (20180205)
Specialized cleaner module: 1012 (20160405)
Banking & payment protection module: 1126 (20180309)
Rootkit detection and cleaning module: 1019 (20170825)
Network protection module: 1628 (20180319)
Router vulnerability scanner module: 1045 (20180131)
Script scanner module: 1033 (20180228)
Connected Home Network module: 1019.1 (20180220)
Cryptographic protocol support module: 1025 (20171106)

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I see the same event with Win 7 Pro (Without 2018 security updates, since i'ts a CAD-CAM workstation and I need performance).

Best regards.

Edited by Enrico
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Do you have any issue with protection modules because of the error? Does temporarily disabling Self-defense and rebooting the machine makes the issue go away? If not, does temporarily uninstalling ESET make a difference?

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The ScRegSetValueExW error is a by-product of ESET's Self-Defense and causes no problems.

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5 hours ago, Marcos said:

Do you have any issue with protection modules because of the error? Does temporarily disabling Self-defense and rebooting the machine makes the issue go away? If not, does temporarily uninstalling ESET make a difference?

This version feels a bit sluggish compared to earlier versions, but seems to work as aspected.

How do i temporarily disabling Self-defense?

In advanced settings? Or just disable in the GUI?

When EIS is uninstalled, there's no error.

 

Is there a way to make the error go away in the eventlog then?

 

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7 hours ago, stackz said:

The ScRegSetValueExW error is a by-product of ESET's Self-Defense and causes no problems.

Actually if you Google on ScRegSetValueExW, noted is that the Win event is logged for almost all AV products.

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