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McAfee VSE Ent 8.8 exclusion of an exclusion!?

I have a folder that has thousands of subfolders daily created with no name patterns (e.g., c:\catalog\865874545, c:\catalog\5481568742,…) and I want to configure the parent folder (c:\catalog\*) for R/W exclusion, but one subfolder should stay out of the exclusion (c:\catalog\temp).

How can this be done?
Note1: It is impossible to register folder by folder as they are created dynamically.
Note2: The same process creates all the files/folders under c:\catalog.

Thanks!

Z

Message was edited by: zombie64 on 12/9/13 6:25:10 PM CST
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Re: McAfee VSE Ent 8.8 exclusion of an exclusion!?

Moved to VirusScan Enterprise for better support.

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Re: McAfee VSE Ent 8.8 exclusion of an exclusion!?

If the files that need to ge excluded have a common extension, that is different than that of the temp folder that may be an option.

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Re: McAfee VSE Ent 8.8 exclusion of an exclusion!?

Unfortunately any type file can go in this folder as it is a container for uploads.

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Re: McAfee VSE Ent 8.8 exclusion of an exclusion!?

You have option to put exclusion by file type.

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