In the epo policy, they are located in the same section. When you go to the advanced settings for on access scanning where you see the low risk, click on add and you will see a drop down to choose either high or low risk.
I know where they are located and how to create a new one, what I don't get is why I don't see any high risk setup in my policy in ePO but when I pull up the settings on a client directly, I see them in there as well as my low-risk.
It's like my policy isn't showing me those high-risk for some reason. Even exported the policy to XML and I don't see them in there also...
Now I need to modify my high-risk and can't find a way to see them in my policy from ePO and don't want to have to recreate them manually... since I see them applied on the clients.
on access scan policy for ENS has needed tabs once you expand advanced options.. you have to change "Use Standard settings for all processes " to Configure different settings for High Risk and Low Risk processes (Windows only)
and all the tabs will show enabled
You guys haven't read my question or my post. I know how to set it up, I'm asking if anyone has seen the same behavior?
I don't see my high risk exclusions only, I see the low risk, but on a client side, I see both.
I understand your question.
No that behaviour has not been seen by us with any customer in THAT Direction CLIENT (YES) > EPO (NO)
Since ENS 10.X there has on the other side that you made Exlcusion on the ENS for Extension, File or Directory in EPO
and on the CLIENT side you did not a) see them b) They where double or three times (Every times you saved an update to Policy)
> THAT was ONLY with customer who did not have the CHECKBOX active "Overwrite Client side Extension".
So no the beahvior you mention was not seen with our customers.
But SINCE they always had probleme with VSE 8.8 > ENS 10 migrated POLICY and esp. Exclusion your case COULD be possible.
Export the POLICY into XML (Settings). Make a new one and Re-improt the settings. Check if that works then.
Can you post some screenshots please of what you are seeing?