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Add appl.id & policy.id PasswordExit parameters to Functional Authorities
Currently Password Exit feature for Connect Direct for Windows allows to specify "passwrod.exit.appl.id" & "password.exit.policy.id" only in the "Initparms" section. The aim is to add more granularity to the configuration and provide an option...
Support MS windows 2019 clustered servers for CD Windows install
As, Enterprise is moving towards the recent MS windows available version, CD should support clustering on 2019. Per IBM Sterling Connect:Direct system requirements published link, Connect:Direct will support MS windows 2019 on standalone and do NO...
Connect Direct File Agent: Encryption and Decryption of keystore and truststore password
To setup client certifcate authentication for the File Agent, keystore and truststore passwords are required to be specified in clear text either on the command line or in a .lax file. Since the passwords are in clear text, this creates a security...
NonStop Connect Direct - RFE - SYSOPTS in a snode RUN TASK should be displayed always
If a snode sends a file to us and then makes a “run task” using TACL, then we cannot see what happens in this run task. Only in case run task has CC > 0 then we see in the sysopts what was the infile that was started by this run task TACL. But ...
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