I'm trying to locate "MpSigStub.exe", an executable linked to Microsoft's MSE to which I found references in a log file, but to no avail. The file must be somewhere on my C drive, but FLP cannot seem to trace it down.
By sheer coincidence, I found the corresponding log file in C:\Windows\Temp.
At first, my machine wouldn't grant me access to this folder, but as I'm its (sole) administrator, I succeeded in accessing it anyway. Curiously, I next discovered that none of the files in that folder can be found by FLP.
Is there an explanation for this unexpected behaviour? How can I correct or avoid it?
Of course, I'm all of the sudden much less confident about FLP's striking power, wondering if the same phenomenon is making it impossible for me/FLP to find that executable as well.
I found a similar topic on this Forum:
but there the issue seems only a matter of 32/64 bit incompatibility, which I don't think is the case in my current issue.
(I'm using FLP 6.0 (x64) on a Win7 x64 machine)