We are happy to announce public availability of MBAM Compliance Data Cleanup Tool 2.0 (clean-mbam.exe), aka MBAMCDCT 2.0.
MBAM Compliance Data Cleanup Tool 2.0 (clean-mbam.exe) is a command line tool which enables you to delete machine records from the ‘Compliance Status’ database of the MBAM 1.0 and MBAM 2.0 standalone.
There have been situation where you as a MBAM Admin had to delete the entries of older/reimaged machine records from the MBAM compliance database. The only solution in this case was to run complex SQL queries to delete machines from the database. This tool helps you report the true state of encryption compliance in your environment by deleting the obsolete information from the MBAM Compliance Status database.
Since, this is a command line tool, you can schedule it as a task to automate deletion of obsolete machine records from the MBAM compliance database.
This tool provides three different ways to delete machine records from the MBAM Compliance Status database:
Delete machines which have not reported in last X days.
Delete machines specified in a comma separated list via command line.
Delete machines specified in a text file.
This tool doesn’t delete the recovery information or any other data from MBAM Recovery and Hardware Database. All delete operations are performed strictly on the MBAM Compliance Status Database.
This tool is available for download from the TechNet website http://gallery.technet.microsoft.com/MBAM-Compliance-Data-f202e1bf as a self-extractable compressed file, which includes the executable and documentation.
Hope this tool helps you report the true state of encryption compliance in your environment by deleting the obsolete information from the database.
This tool and documentation are provided “as-is”. You bear the risk of using it. No express warranties, guarantees or conditions are provided. The tool supplied in this document is not supported under any Microsoft standard support program or service. However, you can report issues and bugs in the comments section on this page. Microsoft will, at its sole discretion, address issues and bugs reported.
Windows Core Team