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Threat Target File Path of a mounted filesystem displayed as "/?/" (ACC Linux v6.4.12)

We're running on RHEL 8. I have a couple trusted directories that are mounted filesystems in my App Control Rules (Unix) policy. When someone tries to execute from either of them, it's getting denied execution. The event show the Threat Target File Path beginning with /?/<remainder of path is correct>.

I don't think a good solution is to trust /?/. What should I do?

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Re: Threat Target File Path of a mounted filesystem displayed as "/?/" (ACC Linux v6.4.12)

Hi @Randy_Bell1 ,

Please refer the guide below that has instructions for mounted file system.


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