It's not just MSE but SCEP 2012 also did this to 2003 Servers recently at my work. Affected engine version was 220.127.116.11 I believe. I'm not sure if it was a specific virus definition that caused it or if it's been going on a while and I just noticed it. Easily fixed with updating the engine version at least.
Does this mean the IRS is stopped in it's tracks? Humm, rite after TAX day!!!...
Thanks so much for posting this. I have XP running on an older PC networked with a another computer and got this bug on the XP side. It was mostly accidental that I even discovered that it was tied to Microsoft Security Essentials but it locked me out and could not do anything on this PC. It was completely unresponsive. I could not remove the program from the control panel because it would not even list the programs. It locked up the pc so the only thing I could do over and over is a hard reboot.
I could not even remove the program in safe mode. It thought I was trying to install it rather than remove it. I'm not a IT person so through some research, found your article and was able to Disable it in safe mode. But even though It returned my PC to normal, I still can't remove the program through normal channels. I am getting an error about a resource directory where the file is located. I'm just happy I could disable, so thanks for posting this tip.
Thanks for posting this tip for I am also a XP user. etui galaxy s5 housse galaxy s5