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  1. I am trying to find a way to add a known executable to endpoint, as a threat. For example... app.exe... is it possible to add that name, path, etc to a list of unwanted programs to SCEP? I can see how to do threat overrides, however I was hoping to do the opposite against a list of executable names, paths, hashes, or whatever is available.
  2. When trying to browse a threat, for adding Threat Overrides, I get an error stating "The specified threat could not be found in the definitions. Verify you typed in correct name and the Endpoint Protection has the most up-to-date definition." Appreciate any help on what to do next, as far as I can tell my definitions are up to date, but if somebody could assist in giving me a list of things to check I would appreciate it. Or if there is something else I could check, please let me know.
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