Mapped a Zone Manager zone to "exclude", but players still take no damage

I read the section that explains to map the name of your zone to "exclude" and set my TruePVE.json file accordingly, but players are still invincible in the zone.  I've made no other changes to the .json file (below).  My understanding is that by setting to exclude, default Rust rules would be in effect, meaning players should take damage from turrets, yet they are not.  Is there some other change I need to make that I'm missing?

{
  "Config Version": "0.9.0",
  "Default RuleSet": "default",
  "Configuration Options": {
    "handleDamage": true,
    "useZones": true
  },
  "Mappings": {
    "default": "default",
    "Compound": "exclude"
  },
  "Schedule": {
    "enabled": false,
    "useRealtime": false,
    "broadcast": false,
    "entries": []
  },
  "RuleSets": [
    {
      "name": "default",
      "enabled": true,
      "defaultAllowDamage": false,
      "flags": "HumanNPCDamage, LockedBoxesImmortal, LockedDoorsImmortal",
      "rules": [
        "anything can hurt dispensers",
        "anything can hurt players",
        "players cannot hurt players",
        "anything can hurt traps",
        "traps cannot hurt players",
        "players can hurt barricades",
        "barricades cannot hurt players",
        "highwalls cannot hurt players",
        "anything can hurt heli",
        "anything can hurt npcs",
        "fire cannot hurt players",
        "anything can hurt resources"
      ]
    }
  ],
  "Entity Groups": [
    {
      "name": "dispensers",
      "members": "BaseCorpse, HelicopterDebris",
      "exclusions": ""
    },
    {
      "name": "players",
      "members": "BasePlayer",
      "exclusions": ""
    },
    {
      "name": "traps",
      "members": "AutoTurret, BearTrap, FlameTurret, Landmine, GunTrap, ReactiveTarget, spikes.floor",
      "exclusions": ""
    },
    {
      "name": "barricades",
      "members": "Barricade",
      "exclusions": ""
    },
    {
      "name": "highwalls",
      "members": "wall.external.high.stone, wall.external.high.wood, gates.external.high.wood, gates.external.high.wood",
      "exclusions": ""
    },
    {
      "name": "heli",
      "members": "BaseHelicopter",
      "exclusions": ""
    },
    {
      "name": "npcs",
      "members": "NPCPlayerApex, BradleyAPC",
      "exclusions": ""
    },
    {
      "name": "fire",
      "members": "FireBall",
      "exclusions": ""
    },
    {
      "name": "resources",
      "members": "ResourceEntity, TreeEntity, OreResourceEntity",
      "exclusions": ""
    }
  ]
}

Hey, thanks for the reply!  I wondered about mapping to the name versus the zone ID, but the instructions under the#Configuration section suggest that the mappings section connect to a zone's name, with no mention of it's ID.

I'll try your ruleset suggestion and hopefully that'll solve the problem.

 

Thanks!

Jingles

Ty for help, but..

When I want to reload the plugin, the config set back. 

What I wrong?

So where is the problem?
"Mappings": {
    "default": "default",
          "1": "killall"
  },

.......

"RuleSets": [
    {
      "name": "default",
      "enabled": true,
      "defaultAllowDamage": false,
      "flags": "HumanNPCDamage, LockedBoxesImmortal, LockedDoorsImmortal",
      "rules": [
        "anything can hurt dispensers",
        "anything can hurt players",
        "players cannot hurt players",
        "anything can hurt traps",
        "traps cannot hurt players",
        "players can hurt barricades",
        "barricades cannot hurt players",
        "highwalls cannot hurt players",
        "anything can hurt heli",
        "anything can hurt npcs",
        "fire cannot hurt players",
        "anything can hurt resources"
      ]
    }
  {
      "name": "killall",
      "enabled": true,
      "defaultAllowDamage": true,
      "flags": "HumanNPCDamage, LockedBoxesImmortal, LockedDoorsImmortal, AdminsHurtSleepers",
      "rules": [
        "anything can hurt dispensers",
        "anything can hurt players",
        "players can hurt players",
        "anything can hurt traps",
        "traps can hurt players",
        "players can hurt barricades",
        "barricades can hurt players",
        "highwalls can hurt players",
        "anything can hurt heli",
        "anything can hurt npcs",
        "fire can hurt players",
        "anything can hurt resources",
        "players can hurt npcs"
      ]
    }
  ],​
the missing bracket could be the problem... ty.. I´m just an amateur^^