This skiplist add -d is for write protection operation.
Skip path components from write protection to remove write protection applied to all files in that path. Also, write denied event is not observed for such paths.
User mode paths and paths with volume name do not work with this command. Text added with this command is treated as complete component. For example, text can start with a forward slash (/) and end with a backward slash (\), dot (.), or null character.
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