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Trend Micro Worry Free Advanced Directory Exclusion Help

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We added a new server and need to exclude a certain directories from scanning & I'm not sure what is correct as far as indicating the directory on each server.  In Trend Micro under Servers -> Configure Settings -> Antivirus/Antispyware -> Exclusions - how do I list the directories that are on each server?   Do I list the server names like below and then just indicate which folders/directories on each server should be excluded?

\\server1\data\program files
\\server2\data\program files
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No it cannot as it required a driver letter which can ne a mapped drive to your actual FQDN based path. The full path is to have explicit drive, the associated directories and its subfolders are required.

https://esupport.trendmicro.com/en-us/home/pages/technical-support/1038111.aspx
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As per advice given.
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