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Is it possible to set what should be sent in the notification?


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Hello.

It's about this place: https://help.eset.com/ees/10.1/en-US/idh_config_notice.html


I receive a lot of notifications that a threat has been detected on my workstation. But they were blocked. Is it possible to set it so that I only receive notifications about threats that have not been blocked, disinfected or removed? 
Basically, I wonder if there is any point in receiving notifications here - unresolved ones are automatically signaled in red in the Protect console. 
But I don't know how to turn off this type of notifications, since I can only specify the level of detail.


What is your approach to this? What is good practice in this regard?

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I assume the "Detection handled" filter should do the trick:

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Anyways, it's useful to receive also reports about handled detections that should help you take the appropriate measures to reduce the potential attack surface.

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On 1/15/2024 at 5:11 PM, Marcos said:

I assume the "Detection handled" filter should do the trick:

Thank you but that's probably not the point, or I don't understand this setting. The above will send me a notification to the email address I provide if the detection is not handled, right? What I want is not to receive notifications about those that have been handled. How would this setting turn this off?

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