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Symanec Wildcard not working

Created: 26 Feb 2013 • Updated: 26 Feb 2013 | 1 comment

Symanec Wildcard not working for Syamntec exclusion files.

i.e. edp*.log

Ref: Case - 03352986

Thanks,

Mangesh Salunkhe

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Wildcards are somewhat supported in the Exception policy. See these KB articles for each version regarding the support for wildcards:

Creating Centralized Exceptions Policies in the Symantec Endpoint Protection Manager 11

padding: 1px;padding-bottom: 3px ;font: 12px Arial; text-align: left;">Article:TECH104326 padding: 1px;font: 12px Arial; text-align: left;"> |  padding: 0px;font: 12px Arial; text-align: left;">Created: 2008-01-04 padding: 1px;font: 12px Arial; text-align: left;"> |  padding: 1px;font: 12px Arial; text-align: left;">Updated: 2012-05-09 padding: 1px;font: 12px Arial; text-align: left;"> |  padding: 1px;font: 12px Arial; text-align: left;">Article URL http://www.symantec.com/docs/TECH104326

Note: Wildcard variables such as * and ? are not supported for Known Risks, File, or Folder exceptions. The ? wildcard is supported for Extension exceptions. The Folder exceptions screen will accept * and ? but they will be treated as literal characters and not wildcard variables.

Creating Centralized Exceptions Policies in the Symantec Endpoint Protection Manager 12.1

padding: 1px;padding-bottom: 3px ;font: 12px Arial; text-align: left;">Article:TECH183201 padding: 1px;font: 12px Arial; text-align: left;"> |  padding: 0px;font: 12px Arial; text-align: left;">Created: 2012-03-07 padding: 1px;font: 12px Arial; text-align: left;"> |  padding: 1px;font: 12px Arial; text-align: left;">Updated: 2012-09-13 padding: 1px;font: 12px Arial; text-align: left;"> |  padding: 1px;font: 12px Arial; text-align: left;">Article URL http://www.symantec.com/docs/TECH183201

Note: Wildcard variables such as * and ? are not supported for Known Risks, File, or Folder exceptions. The ? wildcard is supported for Extension exceptions. The Folder exceptions screen will accept * and ? but they will be treated as literal characters not wildcard variables.

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