Monitor, Read Only and Block a folder, subfolders and files

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Hi,

I need to place some controls in a specific folder along with the other sub-folders and files contained there.

I need to prevent anyone from copying php json and javascript files to a folder named /data/MyFolder/*/*

These are the conditions:

The root user can only have read access to the folder and all the contents inwards and must be registered.

The user user1 may copy any content and must be registered.

Any other user attempting to copy php, json or javascript files should be blocked and register the attempt.

I thank who can help me with the necessary instructions to get it.

Regards.

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Policy Tuning

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Hi,

I have a dilemma – we have a policy that states that all confidential emails be alerted.

the problem we have is that on some of the signatures of our external partners – they contain the word CONFIDENTIAL in their footnote and this is generating a lot of False Positives.

What is my best option to reduce these False Positives – do I just include an exception and include all of the email addresses with such word in their footnote/signature?

Thanks for your help.

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Patching Office 2016 That Is Not In Image

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We currently do not install Office 2016 in our image.  We install it after we log in with the domain user after imaging.  We are in the process of switching over to Patch Management Solution with SMP from WSUS.  My question is, how do I handle Office updates?  Right now I do not have the updates packaged into the installer of Office 2016 because it drastically slows down the install on a machine, which means that whenever we first install it on a station it shows that it requires nearly 50 patches from SMP just for Office.  Should I create a single policy that contains all 50 policies and assign it to all machines that have Office, then continue to add all new updates to the same policy to help freshly built machines?  My initial thought with other updates was to create a single policy with just this months updates. 

To begin with we’re only going to be patching the OS and Office, so I was just going to create a single policy with this months updates and push it to all stations after piloting of course, but if I do that I’m not sure if that will mess with a newly built station that is missing office updates from a year ago.  Would anyone mind shedding some light on best practices for handling this situation?  I think that I have an idea as to how to manage patches on a machine that is up to date, but I’m confused on managing a machine that requires updates from months ago.

Thank you.

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NTP not synchronized on Advanced Threat Protection

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HI Team,

After running the “status_check” command in Symantec ATP’s CLI i am getting following message:

NTP                                             NOT synchronized!
                                                Please fix NTP configuration, else
                                                the appliance may not function properly.

We are using  Domain Controller (DC) as NTP server. 

As per the symantec KB article:

https://support.symantec.com/en_US/article.TECH250…

if the time servers is a DC, change

*HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINESYSTEMCurrentControlSetServicesW32TimeConfig*

LocalClockDispersion from 10 to 0.

I have cheked the same with DC team but they informed me that only Symantec ATP team only reported the error.

No other applications or services team has reported the issue.

DC team can not do the aforementioned changes in their DC server cause it might impact many applications,services and servers in environment.

Can you guys help me with workaround to fix this issue??

Quick response will be appreciated. 

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