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Allow an application instance (please see idea RIRP-I-1278) to be deployed among multiple AppHosts using load balancing algorithms.
As described in ideas RIRP-I-1240 and RIP-I-1278, counting on the ability to install multiple instances of multiple versions of apps would enable a lot of configuration possibilities. If the ability to deploy every instance among different AppHost...
Having the possibility to whitlist IP addresses to never get banned by the Resilient ban safety mechanism
In case a group of users are working behind a single IP address such as a proxy, which hides their individual IP address, when the IP address of the proxy is banned, all the users behind that proxy are banned from authenticating to IBM Resilient. ...
In order to download the incident history details report using the SOAR API, we need a CSRF token. To get that CSRF token we need to create a session using the SOAR API, but that requires an email and password of a user registered in the SOAR plat...
Get the capacity of deleting a Child Organization in MSSP. Especially after years of work, you have multiple Child Organizations that have been created that are unused now, polluting the UI and the product ease of use, possibly leading also to err...
Get the capacity of deleting a USER GROUP in MSSP. Especially after years of work, you have multiple groups that have been created that are unused now, polluting the UI and the product ease of use, possibly leading also to error and miss-usage.
Get the capacity of deleting a workspace in MSSP. Especially after years of work, you have multiple workspaces that have been created that are unused now, polluting the UI and the product ease of use, possibly leading also to error and miss-usage.