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Does it seem to help if you specify a patch type?
patch_type Specifies filter for types of patches to scan.
Patch types include
(1) Security patches (default)
(4) Security tools
(8) Non-Security patches
(9) Security and non-security patches
(13) Security, non-security and tools
Have you opened a case with support as well? It might be a good idea to do so for this. https://support.shavlik.com/
Thanks for the tip. I already did try several parameters, but to no avail . So I will follow your advice and open a case.
The root cause of the behavior you see is a defect in Protect 9.0 where HFCLI.exe is not reading your Protect license. I've verified the issue is corrected in the Protect 9.1 beta. As of now, I can offerr the following suggestions
1) Upgrade to the Protect 9.1 beta. (many customer are running it in production with no issues)
2) Wait for early the access candadite in mid April.
3) Wait general release at the end of April.
Please let us know if you have any questions. My apologies for the inconvenience this is causing.
The upgrade to Protect 9.1. beta solved the problem immediately. Thanks everybody for your valuable support.
Thanks for verifying the fix!