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Hi,

When i choose to automatically generate executable rules, I choose the program files folder. The system also askes me to generate the default rules. In the default rules there's also a rule that allowes everything in the program files folder. My question is;

Do i need the default rule for the program files folder, when i also automatically generate rules based on the same program files folder? Or can i just delete that specific default rule?
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Slowly, the system does NOT ask you twice to create the same rule. No, you would not need to create the same rule a second time, why should you?
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