I've inherited some stuff and currently there are some drive/folder exclusions set up in the following format:
Are these valid or not? I've never seen or used these and normally I would use the following:
Got a response from McAfee so I thought I'd post the answer here for future reference.
Although not generally documented anywhere the wildcard when used either as ?:\ or *:\ is a valid use of wildcard and will denote any drive.
Consolidated list of VirusScan Enterprise exclusion articles
How to use wildcards when creating exclusions in VirusScan Enterprise 8.x
The ? wildcard is used to represent 1 single character in the exact position where it is placed in the path \ file given.