Software Restrictions via Group Policy

Having trouble with this one.  So I have %AppData%\*\PFSetup.exe setup as unrestricted and %AppData%\Local\Temp\PFSetup.exe as well because I'm unsure where it installs from

But I get this in the error log.

Access to C:\Users\ADMINI~1\AppData\Local\Temp\PFSetup.exe has been restricted by your Administrator by location with policy rule {542edcef-766b-4b80-94e2-42e180f6675d} placed on path C:\Users\administrator\AppData\Local\*\*.exe.

I do have a restriction on appdata\local\*.\*.exe but does this take precedence?
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Yes it does.  I ran into the same issue when setting up exceptions.
It is all explained in here:
If two identical rules with differing security levels are applied to software, the more conservative rule takes precedence. For example, if two hash rules--one with a security level of Disallowed and one with a security level of Unrestricted--are applied to the same software program, the rule with a security level of Disallowed takes precedence, and the program will not run.

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