How to make mask for changing folder name

I have a mod for doom 3.

When i start the mod it creates a tmp map with a file in it.
Every time i start it the temp map has a differtent name (XXX.tmp). How can i excluded the file from being sandboxed all the time?

I tried adding this rule to defense plus security rules but that does not work

c:\users\netherlands\appdata\local\temp*.tmp\doom3hd.bat

or

c:\users\netherlands\appdata\local\temp*\doom3hd.bat

If you’ve implemented 3rd party mods concerning the app, Comodo may be reacting badly to heuristic detectoin of shell-code injection protection.

If you trust, i.e., you stake your, your wife & all your little one’s teddy bears on what you’re running: add the EXE in question to the shell-code exclusion list.

Hallo Medelander.

Can you take a look at the Defense + Rules and see if there is a rule called “All Applications”. If there is drag and drop the rule for doom3hd.bat to a place above the “All Applications” rule. The logic behind this is that once a rule is underneath the “All Applications” rule it will follow the rule set by “All Applications” rule; it is subordinate. In short it does not matter what policy the rule for the Doom3 mod is given.

Speaking of policies. What policy did you give the Doom3 mod?