Examples of Trusted zone exclusion masks in Kaspersky Endpoint Security for Windows

 

Kaspersky Endpoint Security 10 for Windows (for workstations and file servers)

 
 
 

Examples of Trusted zone exclusion masks in Kaspersky Endpoint Security for Windows

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Latest update: October 08, 2019 ID: 8244
 
 
 
 

This article concerns Kaspersky Endpoint Security 10 for Windows:

  • Service Pack 2 Maintenance Release 4 (version 10.3.3.304)
  • Service Pack 2 Maintenance Release 3 (version 10.3.3.275)
  • Service Pack 2 Maintenance Release 2 (version 10.3.0.6294)
  • Service Pack 2 Maintenance Release 1 (version 10.3.0.6294)
  • Service Pack 2 (version 10.3.0.6294)
  • Service Pack 1 Maintenance Release 4 (version 10.2.6.3733)
 
 
 
 

An exclusion is a combination of conditions set in Trusted zone that allows Kaspersky Endpoint Security for Windows skip a particular object during an antivirus scan.

You can exclude the following objects:

  • Files with a specific extension
  • Files matching a particular mask
  • A particular area (for example, a folder or a program)
  • Application processes
  • Objects from Kaspersky Lab Virus Encyclopedia classification

This article offers the examples of the following types of exclusions:

  • File extension-based mask
  • File name-based mask
  • Folder name-based mask

Masks can contain any characters, including special characters, that are allowed for file names:

  • * — stands for zero or more characters
  • ? — stands for one character

File name and extension must be separated with a dot.

 
 
 
 
 

Name and extension based masks (not containing file paths)

 
 
 
 
 

Masks containing absolute file paths (according to extension, name, area)

 
 
 
 
 

Folder name-based file path masks

 
 
 
 
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