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We have a legitimate .vbs file being detected as an Exploit.
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Unfortunately, we are unable to add it as an exclusion because only file hashes can be applied to Exploit Protection exclusions. File by path causes Exploit Protection to be grayed out:
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For now, we created a temporary group and policy with exploit protection disabled but this is obviously not something we want to keep. What's the solution to this?

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