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Excluding ServU-Daemon in PUP exlusions

I have a legitimate installation of the ServU ftp server that has been deleted by VS 8.0i:

2009-02-17 08:44:36 Nettoye C:\program files\Serv-U\ServUTray.exe ServU-Daemon(Programme potentiellement indesirable)

In English , it means it's a PUP. I want to add an exclusion in the Unwanted Programs Policy section of VS, but when I browse for ServU-Daemon, it's not there.

I thought that all the PUPs that VS protects me from are supposed to be in that browse list? The GUI says "Browse to select more files from the list of files that the current DAT file can detect", but ServU-Daemon is not there.

Any idea ?
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RE: Excluding ServU-Daemon in PUP exlusions

Have you tried just typing in "ServU-Daemon" and applying that rather than browsing and looking for the application name in the scroll box?

Should work just as effectively...
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RE: Excluding ServU-Daemon in PUP exlusions

Thanks for the suggestion. I however am not able to test it because the new version of ServU is not detected as malware by VS and I don't have access to the old executable.

Anyway, my problem is solved by using the new version of ServU.

Thank you.
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