Thanks much for you reply, Ritchie. The impetus behind my attempt to add Avira's ProgramData folder is I had about 20 entries in my quarantine log file that looked similar to this: C:\ProgramData\Avira\Antivirus\TEMP\AVSCAN-20161124-225923-33FD436F\000002BE-2B28DDB6 (the file name would change, but the path was consistent). All the quarantine attempts failed (possibly because Avira didn't allow their move). I was concurrently scanning with Avira and Immunet, and thought this may be part of the problem, but since this is something that may happen in the future, I figured I'd keep Immunet from trying to fight Avira. They've been long time friends on my system, and this is the first indication of any issue (and a minimal one at that).
I did notice a number of antivirus entries in my File Exclusions list. Avira's (C:\Program Files\Avira\AntiVir Desktop\TEMP) was joined by entries for McAfee, Kaspersky, and AVAST, none of which are currently installed, and I'm not sure if they were ever installed on this system. The Avira entry was present prior to the most recent scan that caused the quarantine log entries, so it would seem that entry is insufficient to keeping these two programs apart. I am also not able to add other folders to the File Exclusions list, such as those on my data drive that I have created myself, which have no type of extra system or antivirus protection to keep them from being altered or deleted.
Is there an alternative way to edit the File Exclusions list? Some file somewhere that could be edited directly vice through the GUI? Just trying to think of work-around options.
Edited by jak001, 26 November 2016 - 01:59 PM.