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mcafee restricted by admniistrator by location with policy rule

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hi, having issue on a win 8 pc : Access to C:\Program Files\mcafee.com\agent\mcagent.exe has been restricted by your Administrator by location with policy rule {{..} placed on path C:\Program Files\McAfee.com. Cannot find malware on the pc. what coudl be causing the issue. thanks
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If this PC is installed in a Windows Domain, there is likely a Group Policy in place preventing users from accessing this location.  If it is a standalone system, then I would say call McAfee for support as they provide it assuming the product is current.
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Its not in a domain, I did contact mcafee and hopefully will get an answer on the issue. Thanks
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