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Reliable Contributor bodysoda
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Do I really need to add vendor recommedned exclusions for ENS 10.5 Threat Protect?

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Since ENS 10.5 AMCore is build around latest technology, shoud I really follow the KB Consolidated list of Endpoint Security and VirusScan Enterprise exclusion articles  and added seperate exclusiones.

 For examples, I have few AD, SCOM, DNS servers in there environment and ENS 10.5 threat protect has been deployed. There are no specific exclusions setup for AD, SCOM, DNS. I dont see any events in the threat blocked category as well. Do this mean the ENS 10.5 AMCore Engine is smarter than VSE?

 

 

 

 

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Re: Do I really need to add vendor recommedned exclusions for ENS 10.5 Threat Protect?

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This is the main part in that KB for ENS that you should pay attention to regarding the exclusions....if you had VSE you would need to add them.

IMPORTANT: The Microsoft exclusions and McAfee applications listed in this article are not required for ENS if you select the option Let McAfee Decide when choosing when to scan files with the On-Access Scanner.

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Re: Do I really need to add vendor recommedned exclusions for ENS 10.5 Threat Protect?

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This is the main part in that KB for ENS that you should pay attention to regarding the exclusions....if you had VSE you would need to add them.

IMPORTANT: The Microsoft exclusions and McAfee applications listed in this article are not required for ENS if you select the option Let McAfee Decide when choosing when to scan files with the On-Access Scanner.

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