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How to Remove Windows Enterprise Suite | Removal Guide

Windows Enterprise Suite is a rogue antivirus application that is made to look like and mimic the actions of legitimate security applications, but it is likely the cause of more problems on your system than it solves. It seems to be made by the same group as volcano security suite and will behave similarly by popping up warnings and security notices that have the effect of trying to scare a computer user into purchasing their software to attempt to solve the problems it complains about. You should not purchase this software. Read on for how to remove Windows Enterprise Suite.


First you may go ahead and try to remove Windows Enterprise Suite using the Control panel and add/remove programs. It may work, but even if it does I suggest you go ahead and scan your computer using a tool such as malwarebytes antimalware and a reputable antivirus application such as avira or avg for example.

Download malwarebytes from the virus removal toolkit page. (Optionally also download process explorer as well.) Install, update and attempt to run a scan with it. If you are unable to install malwarebytes you may 1) try renaming the installer file from mbam-setup.exe to something else…. joe.exe and then re-run the setup. 2) reboot into safe mode and retry the installer. 3) follow the next part of a manual removal which is the killing off of running processes associated with Windows Enterprise Suite and then retry the install of malwarebytes.

The following domains should be blocked:

windowsenterprisesuite.com

The following processes are associated with Windows Enterprise Suite and should be killed off using task manager (or process explorer.) If you are unable to run either of these tools you may copy and paste the program file and then rename them. So, for example taskmgr.exe you might copy and paste, then rename to special.exe

WinESuite.exe
wee4a1.exe

Now the following files and folders should be deleted:

WinESuite.exe
wee4a1.exe
3641.mof
wes.cfg
%docs%All UsersApplication Datae4a12b7
%docs%All UsersApplication DataWESSys
%docs%%user%Application DataWindows Enterprise Suite

You may need to search your disk and when you find the location for these files you may find that there are some files that are named at random by this particular rogue. To complete your removal of Windows Enterprise Suite I would follow up with a scan by malwarebytes antimalware and a reputable antivirus application.

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Posted by on October 29, 2009.

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Categories: antivirus, malware, Rogue Security Software

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