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Hello, just a quick question: Can I set different excludes per policy or per group? Background: I have 1 terminal-like computer setup with Windows 10 shell launcher to launch a custom application and nothing else. Malwarebytes reverts the registry settings of that custom shell. So I set an exclude for that key. As I understand it, excludes are set for the whole environment, which is not the best way imo. Have I missed the setting or is it not possible to have different excludes based on policy or group? If it is no implemented, is it at least planed and on the road m
I'd like to request the ability to pull the policy key/value pair from Malwarebytes into syslog. I forward Malwarebytes syslog to Splunk and one thing missing is the ability to easily report on each separate group and when reviewing within the management console, I see that each group has an associated policy that would be great to report on in Splunk. Thx
I created a new policy and changed it to the default policy but the original policy still has a "YES" in the column to "Apply to new client computer" and my new default policy has a "NO" in the field. How do I swap that around and what does it even mean? When you push install, you have the option to change policies on the "client push install" window.
I just installed the 30 day trial. I left the default policy but changed a copy of things after I deployed the client. I see the icon on the tray but when I right click I have the ability to make changes, like I can uncheck Start with Windows. I DO NOT want the users to be able to change anything. I have now changed to silent mode but do not really understand the difference between silent mode and Limited User Mode. I also changed in the policy to Disable website blocking but when I right click on a client PC Website blocking is checked. After the update to the policy I went to Deploymen