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Block rename exe in access protection rule in ENS

How can I block an executable or an application with the access prevention?

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Re: Block rename exe in access protection rule in ENS

@ciberpuch How to block the process/executable is dependent upon what type of action you're looking to prevent. I would recommend reviewing the Threat Prevention client interface guide and the Threat Prevention product guide to familiarize yourself with the options and how to configure rules for things like "Protecting files, registry, processes, and services with Access Protection rules"

 

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Re: Block rename exe in access protection rule in ENS

I created an access protection directive but it is not working and as the manual says

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Can you share what you've defined and what you are looking to achieve so we can suggest why it may not be working?

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Re: Block rename exe in access protection rule in ENS

when I add the name of the executable file in a pre-defined rule it works for me, but if I create a new rule it does not work

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Re: Block rename exe in access protection rule in ENS

@ciberpuch For us to be able to assist you we would need to review the exact rule configuration that you're creating, your intent for the rule, as well as the name of the pre-defined rule which you're referencing. Anything else would just be us guessing without details.

 

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