At the time I suggested making it possible to add an entire folder as an exclusion I was not aware that the child processes inherited the same privileges as the parent application. In some cases it was hard to determine which executable was the parent application. This was something I suggested about 2 years ago when the power app feature was first introduced. Yeah, there is not need to exclude the entire folder, but it does cause confusion for almost everyone that is new to Appguard. It can be confusing adding Online Armor as a power app. If you look inside it's installation folder it has a whole screen full of executables, and it would be difficult to know which ones it the parent executable for the rest. I don't have it installed on this Laptop right now or I could describe in better detail the confusion of knowing which one to add as the power app. If I remember correctly there is no OA.exe, Online Armor.exe or another file name that would be common to indicate it as being the parent application. There are a whole screen of executables in Online Armors installation folder. I was able to figure out which ones needed to be added, but it was not very clear by just looking.