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Now, one more trivial issue to fix...Where do I go to post a query about my User Account picture issue?
Posted 01 March 2012 - 11:09 PM
I too had this same problem and now my problem is ok too. Thanks for your Thread
narenxp provided instructions.
The Security Center gets its data from the Windows Management Instrumentation (WMI) Repository and uses a two-tiered approach for detection status. One tier is manual, and the other tier is automatic through WMI. In manual detection mode, Windows Security Center searches for registry keys and files that are provided to Microsoft by independent software manufacturers. These registry keys and files let Windows Security Center detect the status of independent software.
Windows does not detect all anti-virus programs and some anti-virus programs do not report its status to Windows. Sometimes after you have uninstalled a firewall, anti-virus or anti-malware program the entry remains in the Security Center index because the uninstaller failed to remove it by design or due to sloppy coding. In such cases, you will need to force the operating system to repair Windows Management Instrumentation (WMI) Repository. Essentially this forces Windows to redo the inventory of installed security programs and rebuild the Security Center index.
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