You can do it under Access Protection > User defined rules.
For Network Shares > File and folder rule
Any Internet Access > Port blocking rule where you can add http and https port to block outbound.
Basically I already have that exact setup for the Port blocking rule already installed. For the Port blocking rule I have * for processes to include, Starting Port as 1 and Ending Port as 51515, and both inbound and outbound checked. I wasn't quite sure of what to put on the file or folder name in the File and Folder rule. Assuming we have a F:\, G:\, H:\, and M:\ shares, would I put in the following: F:\*, G:\*, H:\*, M:\* and then check all the File actions? Thanks again!
That didn't work so I figured I would narrow the focus to start off with by choosing network drive H:. If I open up the Access Protection on the client itself and edit the Block all Network Shares User defined rule I made, when I click on the browse folder button and choose the H:\ drive, it gives the syntax of H:\** I went ahead and changed the rule on the EPO side to use that syntax and it is definitely pulling it down on the client side, but I can still get to the share. I have * for processes to include, H:\** for file or folder name to block, and all the boxes checked at the bottom. Is there a time that I need to wait or is it after a restart that it will start the blocking?
Sometimes VSE wil not get the name like the H:\ drive and it will get like virtual_device....
Make sure that the folder is detected as H:\ for VSE.
The easy way is to test an Eicar in that device and under the detection name you will see how is detected the H:\ drive.