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Can't replay minimal script, compilation error

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I'm starting a new project on a new computer with Windows 10 and a new installation of LoadRunner Community Edition 12.60.

I created the absolutely most minimal VuGen script possible and called it dont-suck. Shift-F5 claims to compile just fine. Replay (F5) yields these errors though:

Error: CCI compilation error -error: C:\Program Files (x86)\Micro Focus\LoadRunner\bin\cpp.exe: c:\users\mark\documents\vugen\scripts\dont-suck\\pre_cci.c: Permission denied.
Error: Vuser compilation failed.
Warning: Extension cciext.dll reports error -19800 on call to function ExtPerProcessInitialize
Error: Thread Context: Call to service of the driver failed, reason - thread context wasn't initialized on this thread.

I've gone through the reinstall and reboot routine a few times. That pre_cci.c file is generated in the build process and I have all rights to it, so "permission denied" makes no sense.

I don't get why this extremely simple script is so hard to run. What is going on that is causing the error?

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Found it. The new computer came with the McAfee LiveSafe real-time security scanner enabled. Disabling the real-time scanner solved the problem.

 

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Found it. The new computer came with the McAfee LiveSafe real-time security scanner enabled. Disabling the real-time scanner solved the problem.

 

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