Not getting a response from you about "clean files" hang-up issue previously mentioned.
Note that unchecking "clean files" allow the subsequent cleanup processes to work - but it is unrealistic to do this every time the programme is used as the file "threats" simply remain in place.
ADWCleaner seems a neat utility, but it has to be fully functional to be retained.
Would it be possible to whitelist the anydesk.exe process or service when it does the clean? Anydesk is a remote access software and adwcleaner kills the process or installed service when doing a cleanup.
Forgive me if this has already been asked but is there any command line switches to enable an automated silent cleanup? If not would there be a possibility of adding this feature. We look after many pcs on a managed service and we're trying to find a program that can clean up toolbars and other unwanted software automatically on a schedule.
When I used this before via remote sessions on logmein, I would run it and everything went fine. Lately however I noticed that after the cleanup at the end it cuts me off from the internet connection with the remote computer. The remote user now has to press "ok" twice and then their pc reboots then I'm connected again, and it didn't do that before. Can you update this to go back to how it was please?
Here is the error message that occurs during the broswer cleanup. It appears to be happening right before Firefox cleanup.
Aut2Exe has stopped working
A problem caused the program to stop working correctly. Windows will close the program and notify you if a solution is available.