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I have Trend Micro CSM client installed on two of my clients' Hyper V host machines. I randomly have virtual machines disappear. During initial configuration, I created a folder on the D: parition called "Virtual Machines" where the VMs are stored instead of the default location. This is the only folder that I have excluded but they seem to randomly disappear. Do I need more exclusions? Also it showes the exclusion as D:\Virtual Machines. Would the space make it not exclude this directory?
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Hello,

this problem was already discussed in Expert Exchange, see a possible solution on:

http://www.experts-exchange.com/Microsoft/Applications/Virtual_Server/Hyper-V/Q_24384173.html

Should help.

Best regards

Pascal
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Did not really get the answer. Accepted answer was as close as I got and this question has been open for a long time.
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