Right click Scan Menu not available

  • 24 January 2014
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@ wrote:
As as side note, i think the context menu should have 2 options when right clicking a file/folder.
That should be Deep scan for all *.* and also a Light scan (For right clicking the whole E:*.* drive )? Even an Sandbox right click menu item would be handy as well to run exe files in SandBox.
Now that is an interesting idea. What you should do is go to the Ideas Exchange (link at top of page) and open a Feature Request for that. This gives the rest of the Community a chance to review the idea, comment on it and show support by giving it kudos. The Development Team regularly review this area and whilst there is no guarantee of it being progressed it is a great way to get the idea to their attention...and you never know...maybe, just maybe...;)
 
I recommend that you consider giving that a whirl.
 
Regards, Baldrick
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Hi JohnG
 
No problem...I thought it was too obvious to have been overlooked but you never know...;)
 
I am wondering if @ can help out here or @ as I believe that they havemore experience than I with the Endpoint Security, i.e., Business version?
 
But even if they can't then you have done the right thing by submittkng a Suppor Ticket.
 
Please do come back and let us know how this resolves itself for you...such feedback is always useful for us in terms of assistance for usrs in the future.
 
Many thanks in anticipation.
 
Regards, Baldrick
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As as side note, i think the context menu should have 2 options when right clicking a file/folder.
That should be Deep scan for all *.* and also a Light scan (For right clicking the whole E:*.* drive )? Even an Sandbox right click menu item would be handy as well to run exe files in SandBox.
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Is there a reason your don't have it set to User Configuration?
 
Thanks,
 
Daniel 😉
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Cheers for the reply mate, yes i already had that ticked (I cannot untick because that setting is set from the cloud policy), i copied the default policy and edited a few things such as polling but generally the default policy seems to do what we need most.
 
It was there as i was one of the first test nodes before purchasing and deployment, every other node works fine and i even tried a differant logon account just in case it was HKCU related but to no avail.
 
Anyway i will submit a support ticket and cheers againj for the reply Baldrick.
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Hi JohnG
 
Welcome to the Community Forums.
 
At the risk of stating the obvious have you check the 'Enable righ click scanning in Windows Explorer' setting...just in case it is so how off?  Go to Advanced Serttings (top righ in the main panel) and then select the 'Scan Settings' tab on the left of the page displayed.  The setting yo are looking for is at the bootom of the list on the right of the page.
 
It should be set on by default but sometimes during installation that setting gets lost.
 
Should the above have been already checked out then my apologies for wasting your time and I would then suggest that you Open a Support Ticket and let the Support Team take a look for you as you seem to have trid most of the tings that we would normally suggest and therefore they may need to look at your system directly.
 
Do let us know how this works out for you, and also come bac if you have any further questions.
 
Regards, Baldrick.
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I also have just come across this same issue, well similar anyway (Started deploying across domain and mine is the only machien to have this issue).
Application doesnt show in appwiz.cpl (Add remove programes), and also now i have no right click context menu.
I can see there is no registered menu either and i also tried registering the WRusr.dll file wich it succeeded but still doesnt list the context menu.
 
Is there an actual fix for this? I created custom scripts for my self on the Shell/cmd under CLASSROOT/Directory so not sure if that effects the right clicking.
I also disabled all context menues just incase of a conflict with the above but still nothing.
 
Any answers? I did uninstalls, reinstalls (From the cloud) still didnt work.
Version:8.0.4.131
Prodduct:Webroot secure Anywhere, it worked this morning but now it gone.
 
Cheers JG
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Hi maximus
 
I use Revo Pro but NEVER monitor the installation of security-related apps precisely to avoid this possible outcome.   In my book this is dangerous given the nature of the installation activities undertaken by these types of apps. My suggestion is never do it. :D
 
Regards
 
 
Baldrick
 
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yes every program I installed WAS monitored which might be the issue.

As I stated, I reverted back to a system image that I created before intalling any software and this time I installed WSA and never touched Revo all together, didn't even install it. the installation of WSA went fine and the right click menu is there 🙂
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Well that is very interesting.. I'm wondering if the program was being monitored by Webroot. Thank you for the update and if you decide you would like it back, I'll investigate further.
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Hi Mike,

Unfortunately I an impatient person and after trying to uninstall it completely using Revo Uninstaller Pro, deleting all traces, rebooting, then I reinstalled it again. Again, there was no right click menu neither for scanning nor safe erase.

So what I did was, I restored back an image using Macrium Reflect where I had just formatted Windows and began reinstalling all my software again, but this time, I didn't install Revo Uninstaller, I feel that Revo does more harm than good, and this time the right click menu WAS there.

I don't know what to conclude out of this but the product is fine don't worry, must be something to do with Revo maybe
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Hey MaXimus - I definitely want to make sure this is not happening across the entire gamer product. Can you please try a fresh uninstall/reinstall to see if the issue persists?
 
If it does, I'll collect logs and we can get a ticket going so that our engineers can investigate further.

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