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Will disallowed file extensions in native Fpolicy scope be deleted?

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Applies to

  • ONTAP 9
  • Native Fpolicy

Answer

  • In local/Native fpolicy server, disallowed file extensions(file-extensions-to-include) will NOT be deleted.
  • However, users will not be allowed access and will receive access denied error.
  • For more information on native fpolicy in ONTAP, see When to create a native FPolicy configuration

Additional Information

Fpolicy logs can be located at /etc/log/mlog/fpolicy.log 

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