SOLVED (at least for me)
The issue was that I had was that I had reinstalled Windows 10 though Defenders "Fresh Start" which basically reinstalls windows on top of the existing OS. I had assumed it was a FRESH INSTALLATION which saved links, files, and registry entries for common settings like My Documents etc. I assumed all references to previously installed apps would be deleted. The new installation of Windows did not show that the VirusTI App was installed through add/remove programs.
So, in order to get the TI VST to operate correctly,
I have come to realize that the issue was the method of installing Windows 10. I had used their built in feature to reinstall Windows which I incorrectly assumed was a FRESH INSTALL. It basically is as most apps will not be available but it generally speaking installs Windows over Windows to retain some of the key folders and registry entries. So, though the Virus application was not available to uninstall from the add/remove program feature in Windows 10, there obviously were files associated with the previous Windows install which required an installation of the TI Installer and an immediate removal, then reinstallation to make the app work as expected.
Access Support was fantastic. I sent the same ticket separately to Ableton and have yet to receive one email from them on the issue as I though maybe there was a Live VST Hosting Issue.