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You can define the folders that DataGuard protects on managed computers, and add trusted applications that you do not want DataGuard to block.

When DataGuard is turned on, untrusted applications and malware (including ransomware) cannot modify files in folders that you define as protected.

To use DataGuard:

  1. Under Profiles, select a profile.
  2. In the Profile page that opens, select DataGuard.
  3. Turn on DataGuard advanced behavioral blocking to use DataGuard.
  4. Turn on Discover monitored user data folders automatically if you want DataGuard to automatically check for folders that contain documents, pictures, or other end user content.
  5. Under Manually defined folders, you can add to or exclude folders from the DataGuard protection on end user computers as follows:
    1. Under Manually defined folders > Included folders, select Add path.

      Note: When you add a path, the specified path and all its subfolders are added. If you, for example, add C:\Documents, DataGuard monitors all files and folders under C:\Documents.

    2. Under Manually defined folders > Excluded folders, select Add path.

      Note: When you exclude a path, the specified path and all its subfolders are excluded. If you, for example, exclude C:\Documents, DataGuard stops monitoring all files and folders under C:\Documents.

  6. Turn on Access control list to define which are the trusted applications that can have access to change the files and folders that DataGuard protects.
    • If you want DataGuard to automatically find trusted applications, turn on Discover trusted applications automatically
    • If you want to manually add trusted applications, under Manually added trusted applications and folders, select Add path.

      Note: When you add a path, the specified path and all its subfolders are added. If you, for example, add C:\Documents, DataGuard monitors all files and folders under C:\Documents.

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Editor by : BEST Antivirus KBS Team

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