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AUTH NTLM authentication
Currently the IBM Control Center supports SMTP AUTH LOGIN only with, and our environment is set up for the authentication method of your SMTP server is NTLM auth. We need the control center IBM's application has 2 methods for authentication via SMTP.
SEAS needs ability for 2 factor authentication via RADIUS protocol
Need ability to have 2 factor authentication when connecting to applications using SEAS for authentication. Using RADIUS protocol to allow for token authentication would be the preferable method.
Sterling Control Center v5.4.2 ER for catalina.out Logging
Original issue:Problem titlecatalina.out filled file system.Problem descriptionCatalina.out file filled file system and was at 101G in size. File hadto be removed to do anything on system.
Ability to generate alerts only when adapters on all nodes are down.
Currently we have the ability to get notified whenever the adapters are down, however we need to get alerts only when all the adapters in a cluster are down rather than getting notified when an adapter on a particular node is down.
Control Center 5.4.02
I have installed Control Center 5.4.02iFix01 on our test environment. I do not undersand why the email configuration piece was moved to the installation. Once installation is complete, I could still see the email tab in the system settings on the ...
Custom KPI Reporting on SFG/B2Bi custom information
Our B2Bi Process based Framework is used by 300 partners and about 1,300 file transfer scenarios. Custom information (i.e. File Transfer scenario name, Support team email addresses, Criticality, Business Function, etc.. ) is stored in tables creat...
in BOC SCC,we config two SNMP host addresses.We found that if we send alert 3 throuth SNMP ,SCC send alert3 to all the two SNMP host.The BOC customor want to SCC can control this,we can deside which SNMP host address we sent alert3 or alert2 to.th...
Add Configure Server option in GUI IBM-CC Server List views
The server list view is useful for looking at the properties and how the Connect:Direct server is configured in Control Center, but it lacks the ability to configure the components that the normal view allows. The view would get more usage if the ...
Update Netmap or User Proxie while Node is Down or Paused
IMB Control Center 126.96.36.199 iFix06Need a new feature IBM Control Center is a product used to manage nodes in the bank and we have DR sides which need to kept in sync with updates to.
Configuring an email server for SCC
Need to configure an email server, so we can get server status related email alerts generated from Sterling Control Center.
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