Verify AME's Integrity Using AME Integrity Check (ameck)

While AME installations are generally very resilient, certain user actions can trigger Windows to perform the self-healing process, causing previously removed programs like Microsoft Edge or Windows Update to appear, such as:

- running /sfc commands

- installing certain pirated software

- installing software that have significant privileges over a system, such as Microsoft Edge or antiviruses

To find out more about potential causes for self-healing, take a look at the AME Self-Healing Report.

In the event that you suspect an AME installation has been compromised, we recommend using ameck, a tool for checking the integrity of an AME installation.

AME Integrity Check Screenshot

You can download the tool by going to our Gitea and selecting ameck.exe from the Downloads section.

Once downloaded, simply run ameck.exe.

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  • Last modified: 2023/02/11 08:51
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