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How to Fix MRT Blocked By System Administrator Issues

MRT (Malicious Removal Tool) is a free virus removal tool developed by Microsoft for Windows. It is an on-demand antivirus solution, which means it does not provide real-time protection. This tool is regularly updated and is usually accompanied by a Windows update. However, there are times when there are some issues that we will raise today. In this last article in the series we will show you how to repair an MRI that has been blocked due to a problem with the system administrator.

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Removal of MRI locks by system administrator Edition

Before performing any of the recommended troubleshooting steps below, it is best to restart your computer. This action updates the operating system and temporarily deletes damaged data that may be causing the problem.

Several factors may be at the root of this particular problem, such as the restriction policy applicable to the registration error. The following steps need to be taken to solve this problem.

Removal of MRI from the list of software restricted by the Software Directive

First of all, make sure that MRI is not restricted by software policy.

  • Open the registry editor window by entering regedit in the search box, the Start menu or the Start dialog, which you can open using the Windows Key + R key combination.
  • Go to the next key in your register: HKEYY_LOCAL_MACHINE, policy plans…
  • Click on this key and try to find a key called MRT or Malicious Removal Tool. Right-click on it and choose Delete from the shortcut menu. Confirm any dialog boxes that appear.
  • Go over there in the register: HKEY_CURRENT_USER_SOFTWARE policy…
  • Look for a key with an MRI in the name. Right-click on the found key and select Delete.
  • Output registration editor
  • Reboot the computer

Make sure that the MRI blocked by the system administrator is still being processed.

Add authorizations to the Administrator Account

  • Open any folder on your computer and select This Computer from the left menu.
  • Go to the location of the mrt.exe file.
  • You need to appropriate the executable file. Right-click on the mrt.exe file, select Properties and then click Security Click Advanced. The Advanced Security Settings window appears. Here we have to change the owner of the key.
  • Click on the Edit link next to the Owner: link. The Select User or Group window appears.
  • Select a user account using the Advanced button or enter your user account in the Enter object name field and click OK. Add an administrator account.
  • Now that you have full control over the folder, open it, select what you find there and open the files correctly.
  • Restart the computer.

Make sure that the MRI blocked by the system administrator is still being processed.

Starting the MRT as administrator

If the above steps do not solve the problem, try running MRT as an administrator. Find the mrt.exe file and change its properties by right-clicking on the desktop entry, in the Start menu or in the search results window and selecting Properties. In the Properties window, click the Compatibility tab and check the box next to Run this program as administrator before making any changes. Make sure that the MRI blocked by the system administrator is still being processed.

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