Any update if this is fixed yet?
To add some thoughts to that thread, the GUI descriptions and documentation are using some buzz words to scare Enterprise admins. Personally, I don't like the idea of any application anywhere doing any "Filtering" of communication traffic. We spend a lot of $$$ on expensive hardware and Network Engineer salaries to do all the "filtering" control we need. So when I see an application that gives me the option to "Block encrypted communication utilizing the obsolete protocol SSL v2" , that's sounds a lot like software firewall to me... and I don't want it. It's likely to cause more headaches blocking things mistakenly than actually protecting our infrastructure.
We use this on Servers exclusively , no desktops. It's also very unsettling to my clients when they see any kind of false warning that they're not protected. It leads to conversations I don't want to waste time having. So globally turning this warning off via Policy or what have you is essential.