Recommended exceptions for Elastic Endpoint

We've got elastic (8.8) defend on few hundreds windows-servers, but also rely on Windows Defender. Due to this, we want to make sure we exclude them from one another.
From Windows Defender, what processes, folders or files should we exclude to make sure Elastic Endpoint/Defend operates w/o issues.
Are there recommendations?

Howdy @slash24, thanks for using Elastic Defend.

We have some guidance here that should help you:

Let me know if you have any further questions though.

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Apprecciate it. We have the complete Endpoint\ directory excluded in Defender.
Should be safe to remove it than and leave only the executable as a process and target exception than?

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