Symantec Endpoint Protection (SEP) scans are detecting files on client systems as risks. The detected files have been confirmed harmless. You want to create exceptions in the Symantec Endpoint Protection Manager (SEPM) to prevent subsequent scans from inadvertently quarantining or deleting these files, until new definitions are released which remove this False Positive (FP).
Any file that appears to be detected due to a False Positive should be submitted to the Symantec Security Response "Report a Suspected Erroneous Detection (False Positive)" Site. If a False Positive is confirmed to have caused this detection, newer definition sets will be developed in such a way as to not trigger on these files.
As a temporary measure until new definitions are available, you can make a Centralized Exception in the SEPM for known risks, files, folders, and extensions: