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VSE 8.7 exclusions format

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Hi guys,

Just wanted to confirm the correct format when entering exclusions for VSE on-access scanner.  Using VSE 8.7

I was under the impression that each path needed to be completed with a \ so VSE dosn't interpret the end text as a file instead of a folder.

example for us which dosn't appear to be working -      *:\%foldername%\**    (does this correctly exlude any drive letter, the folder name on root of drive and all file folders below or should I change it to  *.\%foldername%\    (and just include all subfolders).

Cheers

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Re: VSE 8.7 exclusions format

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Good morning, try some of the below KB's.

KB50998 and KB54812

Have a good morning,

Mike

Message was edited by: mrandolp on 3/29/12 9:44:50 AM GMT-06:00

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Re: VSE 8.7 exclusions format

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I would use the following if you want to exclude it on any drive:

**\%foldername%\ and then set it to exclude all subfolders.

I don't think using *: will work.

Regards

Stefan

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Re: VSE 8.7 exclusions format

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KB6690 is the master article on VSE exclusions, you should find a definitive answer there.

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Re: VSE 8.7 exclusions format

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Good morning, try some of the below KB's.

KB50998 and KB54812

Have a good morning,

Mike

Message was edited by: mrandolp on 3/29/12 9:44:50 AM GMT-06:00

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perfect examples, cheers for that

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