MKS/ PTC Integrity Source equivalent to svn:ignore

We use MKS/PTC Integrity for source control at my work. Is there an equivalent to the svn:ignore flag from subversion?

Essentially, I’d like a way to tell MKS to ignore a folder / file for changes. (Ie., our compiler output folders, etc).

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    You can set global ignore filters by opening the following menu:

    File->Edit Preferences...

    and then selecting:

    Configuration Management->Views->Non-Members View


    An alternative is to select:

    Sandbox->Views->View Non-Members

    and then right-click a file and Exclude by [Name|Extension]

    This is only filtering the Non-members View.
    See http://communities.ptc.com/message/227385#227385 for another answer.
    In short have a look to the Scoped Sandbox feature.

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