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  1. Unfortunately the application uses the environment variable for temp %TEMP%
  2. More color, I found that white-listing C:\Users\USERNAME\AppData\Local\Temp solves my issues however very insecure. Is there a way to wildcard whitelist file names? such UTWD10E.tmp UTWC03.tmp. So all .tmp files beginning with UTW?
  3. To add further color, when i analyze the debug log i see this for the .exe: \Device\Mup\HOSTNAME\SHARE\UT18\utw18.exe
  4. I have tried putting in an exclusion for "utw18.exe" but it complains that the path given is not valid.
  5. The application is Thomson Reuters Ultratax 18. https://tax.thomsonreuters.com/us/en/cs-professional-suite/ultratax-cs The PC is Windows 7 fully updated. The behavior is that the application crashes (APPCRASH) after beginning to navigate. The application is not actually installed on the PC, it is a network install application and each time the application is launched it is from the UNC path. I have ran debug logging, and parsed it via amp_scan_debug_log.sh and see several hits for different types of files here: \\?\C:\Users\username\AppData\Local\Temp\ Obviously I do not want to completely exclude the \Temp folder.
  6. Hello, I've got an application that is launched from a network share, is it possible to exclude a network share? It runs fine when the service is stopped, but as soon as it runs it kills my application.
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