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I recently received a keycode to update my expired Webroot but everything I have done to get it up and working isn’t. I uninstalled the application, saved the keycode and attempted to reinstall. I get the application into my Mac but when I attempt to click on it to open, the top left hand side shows the application name but it does not show anything else on the top toolbar. It also does not go any further than that, no matter how many times I click it to open. No matter how many times I uninstall and attempt to reinstall, it keeps getting stuck on that step. I can’t even attempt to put in the new keycode to finish installation. I’m looking to see what other options are available.
I'm a PC guy, but my son's Girlfriend found a weird take-over web browser virus and I wanted to see if the WEBROOT product worked as well on her system as the 100+ I have running on windows systems... After downloading the program and (figuring out how to install the bloody thing) we entered the keys, and the splash screen says it's loading but it just sits there after she enters her MAC password, nothing happens. Tried 3 times. It just sits there like nothing is happening... What did I do wrong????
Hello! New Webroot SecureAnywhere user here. I recently started at a company that uses this software however I have no experience with it. Dumb question, but we are troubleshooting some software issues on a PC that has Webroot SecureAnywhere installed on it. I have access to the Admin console but am unable to disable the software locally. How do I disable this software on a single PC for testing purposes?
The following pop-up appears on Windows 10 several times a day: [img]https://d1qy7qyune0vt1.cloudfront.net/webroot-en/attachment/34148iDB0095DBADFD3153.png[/img] How do I make it stop? If I can't stop these annopying pop-ups without installing your stupid browser extensions then I will have to uninstall the software completely. This is unacceptable.
Hello, I’m attempting to remove this software from our endpoints. The manual removal fails indicating it requires wsasme.msi, I do not have this file nor is it located on the endpoint.An attempt to remove them displays a missing msi file. further to this removal from WMIC errors out with “ ReturnValue = 1603;”
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[b]This solution addresses Webroot SecureAnywhere Business – Endpoint Protection[/b] You can deploy the SecureAnywhere installer file using one of these methods: [list] [*]Install SecureAnywhere on each endpoint. [*]Send emails to end users, so they can install the software by clicking on the link provided in the email template. [*]Rename the executable file using your keycode. This method is useful if you plan to use your own deployment tool and if you prefer not to use MSI commands to run the installation in the background. [*]Use additional commands with the executable file to deploy it in the background. [*]Use command-line options with the installer to deploy to endpoints that are behind a proxy server. [/list][b]To use the SecureAnywhere installer:[/b] 1. On the endpoint, download the SecureAnywhere installer file. The installer file is available from the [b]Resources [/b]tab or by clicking this link: [url=http://anywhere.webrootcloudav.com/zerol
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I am trying to reinstall SecureAnywhere and and am unable to uninstall as a first step. When I attempt to uninstall I receive this message: “it is necessary to log in as an administrator to access this feature”. I am full Admin on this machine. I get this using message using every method to uninstall.I have tried the standard uninstall in“Apps and Features”.Using command prompt as administrator in safe mode with networking "C:\Program FilesWebroot\WRSA.exe" –uninstall.In safe mode with networking trying to delete the folders manually as per this thread: https://community.webroot.com/webroot-business-endpoint-protection-20/unable-to-uninstall-287436 but when trying to delete C:\Program Files\Webroot I get a error message that the folder is in use. This is with Webroot disabled in the startup and task manager. And in checking the processes to confirm it is not running.Any ideas would be greatly appreciated. I have opened a ticket with support and also tried calling but after a long wait
Hi, I'm trying to install webroot, when I double click the installer, nothing happens. I've looked into the list of installed programs, and webroot is nowhere to be found, therefore there's nothing to uninstall. I've tried the installer 126.96.36.199 downloaded from other threads and had no luck. My operating system is Windows 10. Thank you
Is there a Webroot secureanywhere removal tool? I seem to have a broken install. I was messing with deployment tools testing the msi deployment. Webroot secureanywhere is running, I see the icon and can open it. It's not showing up in the console online though. I tried using the msi /x option to remove it but it tells me that it's only valid for products that are currently installed.
I just purchased the Samsung Chromebook Plus. Since it had the google play store I decided to install Webroot Secure Anywhere. After the install I started getting notifications about the "The device administrator settings are unsafe". I can't find where I'm suppose to change this, and when I click the "Fix this now button" it just takes me back to first screen (doing this loop over and over) After this message I started having a few other things act weird (Keyboard didn't want to type. On screen keyboard wouldn't pop up to type etc). Has anyone else had this issue? Is it safe to leave things as they are for now, or does this put the device in vulnerable state, making it easier for a virus or something else to leak in? If you know of a fix that would be awesome!!
I am currently running Windows 10 Pro Version 1903. I will soon do the feature update to either Version 1909 or Version 2004.Do I either have to or is it advisable to uninstall and reinstall WSA after I do the Windows 10 feature update to either Version 1909 or Version 2004?Is WSA Compatibility with Windows 10 Version 2004?
Anyone have any information regarding Webroot SecureAnywhere 188.8.131.52:1607 (SecureAnywhere CE 21.4) compatible with the latest MacOS Monterey 12.2? Do not want to install Monterey if Webroot isn’t going to run or has problems, like it did with Big Sur initially and therefore I didn’t have any security software running on my mac until Webroot updated to a new version. Thanks.
I updated my iOS to Monterey this past Wednesday and now my Webroot isn’t working. Have noticed that Webroot isn’t addressing this issue at this moment for some reason. ??? Should I uninstall and reinstall my Webroot at this time? Should I wait to do anything as Monterey is a brand NEW software update for Macs?
Good afternoon, I just installed Webroot on my Kindle Fire HD 8.9. As part of the set up I wanted to set up the password and set WR as a device administrator. The webroot set up keeps telling me the device administrator is in an unsafe status. When I click on the fix button it takes me back to set up screen and I end up going into the loop seeing the same thing. When I go to the kindles settings page it will not let me select Webroot as an administrator, it shows up under the administrator section but is not selected. Any idea how to fix this so I can lock down the system with a password? Thanks