Examples of masks for exclusion of folders and files from the protection scope in Kaspersky Security for Virtualization Agentless

Latest update: January 25, 2021 ID: 15574
 
 
 
 

This article concerns:

  • Kaspersky Security for Virtualization 6.х Agentless
  • Kaspersky Security for Virtualization 5.х Agentless
 
 
 
 

You can exclude folders and files by mask from the protection area. For more information about configuring main protection profile settings, see Online Help.

When creating a mask, use the following characters:

  • "*” replaces any set of characters except the file and folder name separators in the paths "\" and "/".
  • “**” replace any set of characters including the file and folder name separators in the paths "\" and "/".
  • “?” replaces any character except the file and folder name separators in the paths "\" and "/".

The "*" character is not supported at the beginning of the path. This character can cause the application and virtual machines to fail.

Examples of masks for files exclusion

Mask Description
C:\dir\test.exe One file with the name test in the C:\dir\ folder.
C:\dir\* All files in the folder C:\dir\. 
C:\dir\?est All files with the name ?est in the C:\dir\ folder.
C:\dir\*.exe All files with the EXE extension in the C:\dir\ folder.
C:\dir\** All files in the subfolders of C:\dir\.
C:\dir\dir1** All files in the C:\dir\dir1* folders.
?:\dir\* All files in all the C:\dir\, D:\dir\, F:\dir\ folders.
 
 
 
 
 
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