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Security enhancement in GUI: would it be possible to add GUI session timeout parameter which would lock session or log off user ?
this request came from security team/audit, they believe it would improve product security
Provide support for S3 compatible storage
While many customers use S3 they may wish to use other vendors and universal support for S3 versus just AWS would be helpful
Connect:Direct Win/Unix Interface to Cyberark or other Priviledged Account Solutions
If a PAM-tool like Cyberark is in use, users don't have real logon-credentials for Windows- or Unix-Server any more; these are maintained by Cyberark.
CDHPNonstop SPCLI - Create Command Line Commands
Need to schedule a batch job that collects cipher/encryption information for CDHPNonstop. SPCLI - Create Command Line Commands
Simple silent upgrade for Connect Direct Web Services
According to IBM Support, for Connect Direct Web Services software, SILENT UPGRADE option requires to provide few additional parameters to silentInstall.properties file (e.g. SSL_PORT, POSTGRESQL_PORT, POSTGRESQL_PASSWORD) in comparison to INTERA...
Certificate CRL check for Sterling Connect:Direct
It's not practical to use SEAS for certificate CRL check for Connect:Direct in a large enterprise environment where there are thousands of Connect:Direct nodes. Query-based CRL check via SEAS could greatly degrade the performance of Secure+ file t...
Connect Direct with support 64 Bit libraries
We have problem by installing C:D on Linux because it only works with a lot of 32 Bit libraries which our Unix Administrators won't install.Please made a C:D package which works under 64 Bit environment without additional installation of 32 Bit
Support for Azure Blob Storage
Following our multi-cloud strategy the support for Blob Storage from Azure is important since Azure is one of the main players in public cloud, hence the native support for Azure Blob Storage is a request we have had from different customers.
Have C:D log the expiration date of certificates it receives
Today, when C:D calls out to a remote server, it logs some details about the certificate it received. It would be nice if it also logged the expiration date. This would allow us to write, say, a Perl script to scan the logs once a day looking fo...
Allow for an upload of the CD export as text file for defining rules
Connect Direct Administration, File Agent Configuration:
There is no business justification for the time needed to rebuild a ser file should it ever become corrupt.
The File agent configuration has a nice feature to export to text. However the o...
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