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Dataguard: Allow Onedrive.exe access to personal files via exclution in profile

I'm testing Dataguard which is part of Premium. The only application that we have in our enviroment that needs access to personal folders is Onedrive for Business. I have excluded it manually on my machines when prompted, but I'm trying to figure out how I can do this via the profile, so the users don't need to do this when we roll out (for us and for our customers). 

Should I be able to do this with "%userprofile%\appdata\local\microsoft\onedrive\onedrive.exe" as a path under Dataguard->Access control list->Manually added trusted applications and folders.? It doesn't seem to work.

cocorisss

Best Answer

  • fedoolfedool Posts: 145 F-Secure Employee
    Accepted Answer

    %userprofile%\appdata\local\microsoft\onedrive\onedrive.exe should work - I added it and it appeared in exclusions (you can see current list of excluded apps in "Protection status" tab in computer details in portal).

     

Comments

  • TerjeFTerjeF Posts: 5

    Thank you. It actually seems to work now. I have no idea what the problem really was then, I must have mistyped something.

    But: Am I correct that there is no place on the client side to see what exceptions are active?

  • fedoolfedool Posts: 145 F-Secure Employee

    Right, you cannot see or control Data Guard exclusions on client side - only on portal side.

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