no, ATD can inspect more filetypes then ENS is sending to ATD. At the Moment ENS only triggers TIE when an PE is executed.
At the Moment we try to figure out how ENS queries TIE in Detail and under which circumstances the file is afterwards uploaded to ATD.
Also TIE is able to manage more filetypes than ENS will query or send (Files are uploade from TIE Server not from the endpoint to ATD).
The global Settings for Files also makes really sense when MWG is using TIE and ATD. With MWG any file can be uploaded to ATD. Therefore the Minimum file size and Maximum file size makes sense. Because any file type has a Minimum file size. If this is not reached, e.g. a ZIP File, it could not be such a file type.
If you think this is not okay, you may Change the file size.
Finally, McAfee does not specify what must be scanned, which file type or file size. This is at the end of the day the decision of the customer. So we just take a look what is possible and what is not possible, which Settings are making sense for a customer and which not. What is the defined goal at the customer, what risks are clear for the customer and what the decision makers have defined. Based on all of this Information we are changing the values as best as possible.