I have excluded some file types from OAS as low risk processes, for example all .etl files. However, every time I run the McAfee Profiler, the same file is being reported with a fairly high read/write count. Is the Profiler supposed to take into account files exclusions? Or, is there a way to verify that the OAS is actually excluding the file? Not just from the policy applied to the system, but a way to verify that OAS is not scanning the file.
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