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Forefront Virus Buster Engine Update Error

Posted on 2011-10-01
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We started having attachments being stripped with Forefront saying that the reason for the removing of the attachment is an EngineError.  Looking at the event viewer I found that VirusBuster had failed installing its latest update.  I looked online and found that to sometimes resolve the issue is to remove the offending engine folder and then update again.  I try to delete the VirusBuster folder, but it says that I do not have permissions even though I am logged on with the Administrator account.  This is on SBS 2008 machine.  What am I doing wrong?  Thanks for any help.
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When you browse to this folder using windows explorer did you start it with elevated permission( ie explorer started with Run as Administrator rights )
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