Resource lists specify the files, registry keys, and processes that are writable, read-only, or blocked for both read and write. Resource lists override any controls on the same resources that are specified by the specific application sandbox controls in a policy.
Entries in the resource lists must be full paths to files, registry keys, or processes. You may use the asterisk (*) in paths as a wildcard character. To specify an entire directory or registry tree, use an asterisk at the end of the path.
When a resource such as a file, registry key, or process is specified in more than one resource list, the policy applies the following general precedence rules:
Resource lists in an application sandbox take precedence over global resource lists.
Within an option level, the least restrictive resource list takes precedence.
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