Or maybe there’s some other explanation of MSE’s new behavior, which in any case isn’t good.
In one of our posts earlier today we talked about MSE command line utility Mp CMd We also discussed that running it via Scripts or the build-in Windows Task Scheduler can come useful. You can either run it daily, weekly, monthly, one time, when the computer starts, when I log on, or when a specific event is logged.But it isn't letting me install the program, as you can see in the pop-up: mse update util - () While I consider myself an advanced PC user, I'm not savvy enough to fix Net Framework.Does anyone have any ideas on how to get MSE to update definitions daily without letting Windows Updates take over my machine?I need new definitions much more often than I reboot.
Looking around, I found a work-around, (MSE Update Utility), that is supposed to fix that by forcing updates whether Windows Updates is on or off.
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MSE uses the Windows Update infrastructure to get definition updates.
As long as the underlying services are running it does not matter how you have Automatic Updates configured.
I use a hardware firewall in my router plus the Windows Firewall on our PC's in addition to MSE on all PC's.