Windows Exploit Protection Settings for Python 3.8 in Rstudio /Rterm

I don't have admin access to work computer.

Working with IT we have found that the only way to get Python to work on R Studio is to turn off exploit protection for Rterm. This covers all 23 different settings.

IT aren't happy about that and want to turn some on again. Are there any particular settings in exploit protection which conflict with R Studio and especially python.

Curiously python is installed in C:\windows with packages in user\appdata\roaming etc

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