I'm trying to fully understand how on-demand and on-access work, as well as how exclusions fit into the mix.
So if you think about these 3 things (ePO 5.3):
1. General tab: On-access scan (checkbox for "Enable on-access scanning")
2. Detections tab: Scan files (checkbox for "When writing to disk" and "When reading from disk")
3. Detections tab: What not to scan (any entries there)
How do these all play together or don't they?
*Isn't #2 like on-access scanning, but you can specify if both read/write?
*Is the "best practices", it talks about exclusions in some cases for on-access and others for on-demand. A bit confusing? I'm guessing you can't combine these? I guess I would have expected that I could specify, for example, on-demand exlcusions for file sytem/folder X, but also on-access exclusions for file system/folder Y.
*Based on how "featureless" the exclusions are (can't select on-demand or on-access exclusion), are they exclusions for both on-demand and on-access?