You should have a default Learning mode policy and Adaptive mode policy that you can run for application blocking. After running for a couple of weeks you should be able to generate a list.
I've never done it first hand but heard of it being done
Thank you. Adpative/Learn Mode will take time. The application blocking exceptions, mentioned in my original posting, are known to us. I need to create rules for them and apply to policy.
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Just some suggestions on reverse engineering your sample XML attachment.
First two ?????? - Appear to define where the rule is location/stored
TRUE,TRUE,TRUE,FALSE,1 - Would refer to tick boxes/options that appear when defining the rule in the GUI.
Last ??????? - Would be the unique reference for the rule
If your really serious in going down the route of manually generating the XML then i would suggest setting a test ePO server so that if you break it it will not affect anything.
For the ????????'s if you create a number of random rules in the test server and export them then hopefully you'll start seeing a pattern in how the numbers increment.
For the TRUE,TRUE,TRUE,FALSE,1 value export a number of different rules with different selections in the GUI and again you'll start to work out a pattern.