News Articles

Articles posted here are for the use of our clients to get quick self help answers to questions and simple solutions to problems. News reports are not necessarily the opion of our company but for reference only. We don't provide any guarantee that solutions posted or referenced will work for your situation and that you should use them at your own risk. None of the information posted should be used for illegal practices.
Font size: +
1 minute reading time (225 words)

Kaspersky Security Center 10 Excluding Folder From Scanning

Some applications are more sensitive than others with respect to antivirus applications scanning the data files for malicious content. Many of these applications have a database component to them. But in an effort to not get too bogged down in identifying the file it is sometimes easier to just exclude the applications folder from the scan process.

When using Kaspersky Security Center (KSC) to manage your endpoints, you will need to make your change to the policy that affects your specific endpoints. The following instructions can be used for KSC 10 with Kaspersky Endpoint Security (KES) 11 clients.

  1. Open the KSC console.
  2. Navigate to one of the managed group policies and open it.
  3. Then locate General Settings and then within that group select Exclusions.
  4. Within the Scan exclusions and trusted zone group, click the Settings button.
  5. Using the Add button in this dialog box you can add an exclusion for Folders, Objects, or Object hash.
  6. After completing the change, click the OK buttons until you have exited the policy.
  7. After the policy updates all of the members the change will have been completed on all of the affected endpoints.

We hope that this information is helpful. Please let us know how this has helped you or if you have additional questions. As always Firestone Technical Resources, Inc. is here to help with your computer support issues - "Providing personal service for your impersonal technology."

Microsoft Updates KB4481480, KB4480970, KB890830, ...
MacBook Pro Mid 2009 OS X Fails Reinstallation – I...


Already Registered? Login Here
No comments made yet. Be the first to submit a comment

Are you in need of computer repair?

Start Here

Locations Serviced:





Fort Lupton














Highland Ranch



Have I been pwned?
Check if you have an account that has been compromised in a data breach.