Your Excludsing a trusted Web domain from Scans document is incorrect
SEP RU2. Policies, Exceptions policies.
The document at http://www.symantec.com/business/support/index?page=content&id=HOWTO80926#v39871582
states that: You must specify an HTTP or HTTPS URL or an IP address when you specify a trusted Web domain exception.
Actually, you can't specify HTTP or HTTPS. All you can enter is the string AFTER the HTTP or HTTPS part, so you can't tell it to exclude HTTPS://www.mydomain.com for example but NOT exclude HTTP://www.mydomain.com It sees them as exactly the same because you are excluding a domain name only, not a URL, not a path, and not a secure domain vs. non-secure. So if you trust the secure portion of a domain, but not the unsecured part, tough luck. You exclude domain name only, all or none.
I feel this needs clarification - or even to allow the ability to choose which PART or side of a domain.
>>In the Add Trusted Web Domain Exception dialog box, enter the HTTP or HTTPS Web site............<<
And just how do you specify if it's HTTP or HTTPS? And what if you want to exclude one but not the other? You can't, it's impossible.
What about the Edit button for the other exclusions, file, etc.? be careful as once in there, it's NOT editable, you have to delete it and start again if you make a mistake in choosing WHAT to exclude from. *Editing is not possible.*
And finally, see my other post regarding our inability to exclude a web domain and allow any files from that web domain to be downloaded without blocking or scanning. It don't work. In fact, SEP states, after it blocks the file, that the domain is unknown. So every time the site updates their plugin file, SEP blocks it.
SEP also doesn't allow us to exlude the file from scanning unless we give a very specific FILE NAME and PATH. That's also impossible since file names change, and the path is a user's web cache area - which has multiple folders with changing names. The exclusion here won't allow any wildcards or variables.
VERY inflexable. Very unconfigurable. But in our case, it doesn't even work.