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Configuration managment needs to have a schedule and approval process
Changes made in the configuration management interface should require an approval process that could make an external call for validation if needed. This would require a scheduling function as well as an approval process.
Allow Sterling Secure Proxy to perform URL Redirection for Reverse Proxy
Sterling Secure Proxy on Red Hat Linux version 2.6.32-696.1.1.el6.x86_64 is unable to route to different Outbound Nodes based on the URL that is sent to the proxy. Example (test vs prod at end of url):Incoming URL https:proxy.com:443/rosettanet/te...
Allow SSP administrators the ability to create custom CM User Roles in order to fine tune user's access right based on individual needs The current Roles(Admin and Operator) are to limiting. For example the Operator role can not review node defini...
This would benefit all users of SSP who have the configuration managers set to backup on startup within the System Settings CMSystemSettings global tab. Right now SSP creates an unlimited number of backup. This requires users to run separate scrip...
Create Locally Authenticated Admin User via Command Line
In the event that our LDAP authentication fails for whatever reason is there any way via the command line to create a locally authenticated admin account so that we could logged back into the application GUI?
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