I can not seem to find anywhere that answers my query below...
I have two files parameters in one of my exceptions:
C:\WINNT\TEMP\<other stuff here>
C:\WINDOWS\TEMP\<other stuff here>
I want to combine these two entries in to one, and was thinking of something like %windir%, but from page 105 in the HIPS 8.0 for ePO 4.5 Product Guide (we are using 4.6, but assuming it is the same), there are predefined variables (preceded with $, and look to be application specific) and also environment variables, one of which is SystemRoot. The problem is, that the example list the syntax as if I was creating a rule myself. If entering in to an existing exception (example screenshot attached), via the GUI, do I use:
Do I use
I am suspecting the former, however it is not something I have actually configured before. Any feedback greatly appreciated!
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I tested with %SystemRoot% in the FILES parameter, and it did not work (it does work in other fields like the EXECUTABLE details though).
LIke greatscott said, a ? character for the drive letter does work, or **\.