How to Remove Enterprise Suite | Enterprise Suite Removal Guide



Enterprise Suite is a rogue antivirus application that is a successor to Windows Enterprise Suite. Enterprise Suite is usually installed without permission on a machine and displays numerous fake scans and popups claiming that the system is infected with multiple viruses. All of these claims are falsified and should not be paid attention to. Further, they will claim that in order to fix the problems with your computer you need to purchase their software. Please do not pay for this, it is a scam. Read on for how to remove Enterprise Suite.


You may try uninstalling Enterprise Suite via the control panel and add/remove programs. Even if this works you should scan your computer with malwarebytes antimalware as well as a trusted, reputable antivirus application such as AVG/avira/trend micro, etc.

To download malwarebytes antimalware you can find a link to it from my virus removal toolkit page. While youare there you may also wish to download process explorer. It may help you further in the removal process.

Attempt to install malwarebytes antimalware, update it and run a full scan. If you are unable to launch it’s installer try the following things to get it installed. 1) Reboot into safe mode with networking then run the installer, update and scan. 2) Rename the executable filename from mbam-setup.exe to something that should be allowed to run such as firefox.exe. 3) Follow the next steps to kill off running processes associated with Enterprise Suite and then retry the install, update and scan with malwarebytes antimalware.

The following programs should be killed off using the task manager to continue with your Enterprise Suite Removal. If you are unable to launch task manager try the following: 1) copy, paste and rename the task manager executable (taskmgr.exe) to another file name (firefox.exe) 2) reboot into safe mode and verify that the processes listed below are not running. 3) Use process explorer instead to kill off the following processes:

WinESuite.exe
There may also be an exe comprised of randomcharacters.exe

Continue to remove the following files and folders for a manual removal of Enterprise Suite:

%docs%All UsersApplication Datae4a12b7
WinESuite.exe

You may need to search in order to find and remove the above files. At this point the system should be clean enough to run malwarebytes antimalware, update it and run a full scan. Also you may wish to follow up with a trusted antivirus such as AVG/AVira/Trend Micro/etc. At this point you should have completed your removal of Enterprise Suite.

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