Im aware of that, thanks. Never just bothered with it when using cfBut you can do it, see from 3:54 in her configuration video:
On topic: i wouldnt block bitsadmin.exe due windows updates
yes, i wouldnt worry about this too muchSorry for the dumb question. But can you please explain to me how they will stop the malware? Does syshardener disable wmic/bitsadmin? And does OSA monitor wmic and bitsadmin? H_C at default-deny should stop the execution of the malicious.ink shortcut file, right?