The Cortex XDR.→ → page displays all the alert exclusion rules in
An Alert Exclusion is a rule that contains a set of alert match criteria that you want to suppress from Cortex XDR. You can add an Alert Exclusion rule from scratch or you can base the exclusion off of alerts that you investigate in an incident. After you create an exclusion rule, Cortex XDR excludes and no longer saves any of the future alerts that match the criteria from incidents and search query results. If you select to apply the policy to historic results as well as future alerts, the app identifies the historic alerts as grayed out.
The following table describes both the default fields and additional optional fields that you can add to the alert exclusions table and lists the fields in alphabetical order.
Checkbox to select one or more alert exclusions on which you want to perform actions.
BACKWARD SCAN STATUS
Exclusion policy status for historic data, either enabled if you want to apply the policy to previous alerts or disabled if you don’t want to apply the policy to previous alerts.
Administrator-provided comment that identifies the purpose or reason for the exclusion policy.
Text summary of the policy that displays the match criteria.
Date and time when the exclusion policy was created or modified.
Descriptive name provided to identify the exclusion policy.
Unique ID assigned to the exclusion policy.
Exclusion policy status, either enabled or disabled.
User that last modified the exclusion policy.
Email associated with the administrative user.