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  1. No, using MSXML2.XMLHTTP.6.0 instead of Microsoft.XMLHTTP fixes the issue. Not sure weather this makes any sense though. The latter library is deprecated, but both have the same functionnalities.
  2. It seems that using MSXML2.XMLHTTP.6.0 instead of Microsoft.XMLHTTP (which is deprecated anyway) works. Using MSXML2.XMLHTTP (generic call which falls back to MSXML2.XMLHTTP.3.0) does not work though.
  3. Hi, I have a vbs script that is detected by KES 10 as a malicious script (it is not, because I've coded it myself, it does exactly what is intended). How prevent it from being detected ? I don't want to exclude the folder because the script can be accessed in different ways (unc path, local folder, mapped drive...). I also don't think that using the file name is a good idea because I will write similar scripts with different names. Any idea ? BTW, the problem is probably that I am using Microsoft.XMLHTTP to download a file from an URL, but that's typically what my admin scripts do...
  4. Done, INC000008767269. I forgot to add the event log. Just tell me if you need them, I already submitted.
  5. Software alerting : Kaspersky File Antivirus Version : KES mr1 OS : Windows 10 Enterprise / Windows 7 Pro Scheduled task deployed with Windows 7 compatibility level.
  6. Hi I have a windows scheduled task pushed by group policy. This task is set to run at user logon and to open an url in the default browser (task action: run program, program: explorer.exe, parameters: "http://myurl"). The task runs fine, but for some reason Kaspersky warns me about "HEUR:Trojan.Multi.Runner.b" on this specific scheduled task. I've also had "Trojan.Multi.GenAutorunTask.b" that seems to be linked to this, but this one came from "system memory" so I could not track it down any further. Can you please tell me how to disable these false positives ?
  7. Hi I am trying to setup a scheduled taks on KSC 10.4.343 to update our KES installations. I have set up the task to wake the computers via Wake On Lan during the night, but I'd like the computers to shutdown afterwards. The problem is that the option to shutdown the computers after the task completes is grayed out in the task settings. Why is it so, and how can I fix this ? Thanks !
  8. Sure, I think I have all I need now for my migration. Thanks.
  9. Yes, you were right Nikolay. I had not converted the policy from MR1 to SP2, and thought it was working because I saw the tasks. It's OK now, thanks. The local tasks are now well hidden.
  10. I don't see any reference to running under policy on the local interface. If I remove the device from the "managed devices" group, the group tasks disappear. If I readd it to the group, the tasks reappear.
  11. How can I do that ? I can confirm some settings are applied at least : the File Antivirus is configured as per my policy settings, and my group tasks are correctly configured on my workstation.
  12. If this is what you are referring to, I already unchecked "allow management of local tasks" in my policy, but they are still visible and still running.
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