How to create centralized exceptions with Symantec endpoint client ?

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Sometimes, in a Symantec endpoint based network, the Symantec endpoint client\server detects files that
It suspects as viruses but they are not. For example: if you download and install a casino program on your computer,
The Symantec endpoint client will likely count this program as virus or some other security risk.
If you have files that you know that the Symantec endpoint will block or suspect them as virus, you should create centralized exception in the client or server side.
To create centralized exceptions follow this procedure:

1. Open the Symantec endpoint protection client.
2. Go to > change settings.
3. Press "configure settings" under the "centralized exceptions" tab.
4. If you want to add a known risk:
 Press add > security risk exceptions > known risk and point the known risk from the list you get.
5. If you want to add a file:
Press add > security risk exceptions > file and point the file you want the Symantec endpoint mark as Unsuspicious.
6. If you want to add a folder:
Press add > security risk exceptions > folder and point the folder you want the Symantec endpoint mark as Unsuspicious.
7. If you want to add a known extension:
Press add > security risk exceptions > extension and add the extensions you want the Symantec endpoint mark as Unsuspicious.