Whitelisting Elastic Agent

We have one or two systems that are running an additional AV software due to reasons beyond our teams control. That being said, we want to deploy the Elastic Agent on the system and will be enabling Defend. What paths do we need to whitelist on the 3rd party AV software to ensure it does not interfere with the Elastic Agent? I am aware we could probably just whitelist the entire 'C:\Program Files\Elastic\*' directory, but that doesn't seem like best practice. Does anyone have the specific paths that need to be whitelisted? I haven't been able to find a good reference.

It's not documented on elastic.co yet, but this GitHub issue has the information you're looking for.

Thank you

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