The installer integrity check failed with error code 0x8007065b

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I can not install antivirus software after using CleanWipe software
I encounter the following error:
“The installer integrity check failed. Common causes for this failure include an incomplete download, damaged media, or problems with the Trusted Root certificate store.0x8007065b

I installed all the certificate but unfortunately there is still a problem

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Need help with scripting standalone dark network installation.

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I am tring to write a DOS script do a silent install of our standard configuration of SEP 14 dark network client.  I need to learn the command line switches for the following settngs:

Yes: Custom

Yes: Dark network client

Yes: Core Files

Yes: Virus, Spyware, and Basic Download

No:  Advanced Download Protection

No:  Outlook Scanner

No:  POP3/SMTP Scanner

No:  Proactive Threat Protection

No:  Network and Host Exploit Mitigation

No:  Application Hardening

Yes: Enable Auto-Protect

No:  Run LiveUpdate

No: ” I want to join the fight…”

No:  “Yes, I’d like to help…”

Does anyone know where I can find this information?  I have been looking for two days.

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Threat Detected on a drive that doesn’t exist?

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Hello-

We are receiving the following threat detections on a particular PC:

Resolved Threats:
No risks have been resolved

Unresolved Threats:
Trojan.Gen.MBT
 Type: Anomaly
 Risk: High (High Stealth, High Removal, High Performance, High Privacy)
 Categories: Virus
 Status: Remove Failed
 ———–
 1 Infected File
D:DHL_Label_Scan _  June 19 2019 at 2.21_06455210_PDF.exe – Failed
 1 Browser Cache

Heur.AdvML.C
 Type: Anomaly
 Risk: High (High Stealth, High Removal, High Performance, High Privacy)
 Categories: Heuristic Virus
 Status: Remove Failed
 ———–
 1 Infected File
D:DHL_Label_Scan _  June 19 2019 at 2.21_06455210_PDF.exe – Failed
 1 Browser Cache

The problem here is, there is no CD/DVD in the optical drive and there is no Drive D: on the machine — see attachment. I do recognize the filename as it was an attachment included in a spam email that was never opened and has since been deleted.

Any ideas on how to clear these alerts?..

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