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dtsteinb
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Whitelist dir

I need to whitelist a dir.   I want to make sure I am doing it correctly.  I went in to System Tree and My Organization, selected virusScan Enterprise 8.7.0 and edited On-Access Default Processes Policies.  For Exclusions I selected Server and added c:\ht and told it to exclude subdirectories as well.  Just want to verify that is correct and if there is any other place I need to do it.

TIA

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ulyses31
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Re: Whitelist dir

That's right but don't forget the backslash when excludind folders otherwise it will try to find a file instead c:\ht\

dtsteinb
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Re: Whitelist dir

Thanks, I updated to c:\ht\

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