I know this has been asked before, but a few years have gone by so I'm hoping there might be some updated thoughts on the subject. Client is preparing a new Sage app server, which will have FireEye virus protection. They know they need to exclude Sage folders on the server, although I've read some posts recommending that some of this can be read-only. However, I know we've had issues in the past with PrintBoss and/or Crystal Reports, and even some Sage and Alchemex files in Program Files(x86)\Common Files. I found this comprehensive list for Sage 300 CRE - https://digiteksolutions.freshdesk.com/support/solutions/articles/102181-sage-300-antivirus-exclusion-list - some of which is helpful for us as well. Does anyone have a list of important folders to exclude from virus checkers?