I have a problem with exclusions on a server dedicated to backups

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I have a problem with exclusions on a server dedicated to backups

I have a server involved in the process of backup, based on Windows Server 2008 R2 SP1 Enterprise
because we do not want to scan the data from the other drives during backup, except the system drive of the server, exclusion applied. However, despite the introduction of a scan it is still running.

 

Object (Of course without the spaces)

 

* \ \ Device\ \ HarddiskVolume10 \ \ *

* \ \ Device\ \ HarddiskVolume11 \ \ *

* \ \ Device\ \ HarddiskVolume12 \ \ *

 etc

 

if the above method is correct, whether it should be otherwise defined, such as:

Object
D:\folder
E:\folder

F:\folder

G:\folder

...

etc

 


drives in the system identifies with "fltmc volumes" in the command line.
 
I had to temporarily turn off service F-Secure, because the overhead is too sensible and extends our backup process.

 

I know this is not the solution, so please help.

 

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Re: I have a problem with exclusions on a server dedicated to backups

Hello Harrys16,

 

Please, check the following KB articles:

https://community.f-secure.com/t5/Business/Excluding-objects-from-Real-Time/ta-p/66013

https://community.f-secure.com/t5/Business/Using-wildcards-in-exclusions/ta-p/20428

 

If this information will not help you to resolve the problem, please contact support.

 

Best regards,

Vad