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My first guess is to add a rule (at the very bottom of the list) that catches all syslog (ie: * for everything) and discards the message).
For all your other rules, make sure you add a "Stop processing syslog rules" action at the bottom of all your alert actions.
In this way, SolarWinds will stop processing when an incoming syslog message matches a rule. Anything that "falls out" to the bottom will be deleted and not displayed.
You cannot create a single rule to suppress all alertst that you "do not want to see". Instead, you need to create individual rules for every alert that you do not want. Also, make sure that you place all the alert suppression rules at the top. Else, you might accidentally get some alerts that you meant to suppress. By the way, you may want to check out the training video at:
The training is very good and should help you better understand how to do what you wish. Best wishes.