I just can’t say enough bad about Webroot. I blew it away two years ago because of all the problems and lack of support. So here I am two years later and am still being haunted. I uninstalled it from all my endpoints but it did not remove itself from SecurityCenter. It is still in the WMI. That really doesn’t surprise me. It is obvious that Webroot has no business getting in to the virus arena but anyway….. is there an automated way to remove the Webroot entries in the WMI?
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