Dear Microsoft Answers,
I have a question about the optional Controlled Folder Access in Windows 10's Fall Creators Update, (Build 1709.) Although turned off by default, when turned on, does the user get a User Account Control Message with an option to allow through a questioned file? OR does the user have to go in and manually add the file to the Allowed Permissions Group? Some are concerned that it is blocking too many known safe applications (i.e. False Positives.)
Have you had this feature on or off?