YesYes but file groups aren’t edited all the time so its not necessary
I edit file groups rather often. Regardless, they are an advanced settings utilized in the window and so should be accessible from the window - not buried somewhere else.
Only need to set the firewall to custom or D+ to paranoid
Also by entering parent control password and suppressing D+ popups
I meant for one specific application.
Also, switching to paranoid does not accomplish what you're saying it does, because paranoid mode still observes exclusions.
I wan to they apply when I clic apply
Do you think my current implementation doesn't do that? What are you talking about?
Override rules should no be applied on per-case basis only on general
What is being sacrificed to have both general and per-case implementation?
In more than 2 years am I never have seen these windows? No comments
Defense+ > Computer Security Policy > Application System Activity Control > Customize Policy > Modify Exclusions
About improving it? I see a tap called basic switches, as I understand Its to select the default rule to be trigger in the first time?
No. It's using the term "Default action" in exactly the same sense that CIS used the term before needlessly breaking another usability convention and doing away with a contextual title in the Customize Policy window.
Its meaningless that should be removed
The Default Action plays a MAJOR part in CIS, right now.
In access right tap
Default action or override action? What will be the one in use
Default Action fires after all other rules. Override Action fires before all other rules. The former maintains current CIS usability. The latter allows you to quickly block access.
It should be only one column of rules
It actually is, but not the way you're looking at it.
But to add more personalization another set of rules for applications in general not in the list, I think that is what you actually wanted
Global rules do not provide the granularity. Granularity is the objective.
Its seens like you hate me only for my opposite opinion
There's a big difference between voicing concern and doing what you did. You're not getting my sympathy and your attempt to play victim now doesn't help.