Clicking this button allows you to extend the list of exclusions by adding exclusions recommended by Microsoft, and Kaspersky.
To import exclusions, click the Import button and in the window that opens, select the files that Kaspersky Security for Windows Server will consider trusted.
To manually specify the conditions under which a file will be considered trusted, click the Add button.
The Exclusion window opens.
In the Object will not be scanned if the following conditions are met section, specify the objects that you want to exclude from the protection / scan scope and objects that you want to exclude among detectable objects:
If you want to exclude an object from the protection or scan scope:
Adds a file, folder, drive, or script file to an exclusion.
If the check box is selected, Kaspersky Security for Windows Server skips the specified predefined scope, file, folder, drive or script file while running the scan using the Kaspersky Security for Windows Server component selected in the Rule usage scope section.
The check box is cleared by default.
Click the Edit button.
The Select an object window opens.
Specify the object that you want to exclude from the scan scope.
When specifying the objects, you can use names masks (via ? and * characters) and all types of environment variables. The resolving of environment variables (replacing variables with their values) is performed by Kaspersky Security for Windows Server when starting a task, or when applying new settings to a running task (not applicable to On-Demand Scan tasks). Kaspersky Security for Windows Server resolves environment variables under the account used to start the task. For more information on environment variables, refer to the Microsoft Knowledge Base.
Select the Apply also to subfolders check box, if you want to exclude all child files and folders of the specified object from the protection or scan scope.
If you want to specify the name of a detectable object: