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Applying Exclusions for batch rollout & sequencing

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It appears that the MSI installation immediately starts, upon 1st installation.

If exclusions are required, it appears that the assistant.exe -x -add "path" is done after program is running.

1.  Is it a problem that Anti-Ransomware might quarantine files before exclusions can be applied?

2. Is it possible to preconfigure exclusions, so they are available as Anti-Exploit starts?
     - This seems desirable for a larger rollout
     - This seems desirable so Anti-Ransomware doesn't quarantine files, before exclusions can be applied? 

3. Is it possible to install Anti-Ransomware in a stopped state, run the adds of exclusions, then start it?

 

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Note, assistant.exe command is documented in Anti-Ransomware Administration Guide, and EXE is in beta & release versions.  

Is it relevant/appropriate to ask these questions in this forum?

 

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This forum is for the BETA version only.

Questions on the anti-ransomware technology that is now offered as a part of Malwarebytes Endpoint Security should be addressed directly to our Enterprise Support or Sales teams. There are features and functionality in business version that are supported in the BETA. :)

Please direct your questions to our Support team for better responses to help in to your specific situation.

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