Rule Check: Directory Presence
The Directory Presence check verifies whether a specified directory or set of directories is—or is not—present on a Linux system. To check for the presence of a (non-directory) file, use the File Presence check instead.
The name of the directory to look for. Any valid, full path to a single directory, a comma-delimited list of paths to individual directories, a single wildcard directory path, or a comma-delimited list of wildcard directory paths is acceptable.
Note: The asterisk (*) is the only acceptable wildcard character. You cannot use a question mark.
Some valid examples:
Some examples that will not work:
|Should be present||
The check fails if any of the specified directories is not present.
|Should not be present||
The check fails if any of the specified directories is present.
|Remedial Suggestion (optional)||