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Expose the Managed Unit groups to the APIs for managing groups/group members
The Managed Unit groups are only manageable through the GUI (Manage -> Central Management -> Managed Unit Groups). We would like to have the MU groups exposed to the group managing APIs (list_groups, list_group_members_by_desc, delete_member...
Capture client mac attribute in STAP and External STAP
A customer prefers to use 'client mac' to track end user instead of 'client ip' because DHCP is used for their laptops. But currently 'client mac' attribute is not available when using STAP or External STAP.
Reporting visibility holistically into OLD PARTITIONS
Old partions can only be found currently with must gathers or custom patch. Want visibility into the status of OLD PARTITIONS across the deployment via reporting. This can be then be used to develop threshold alerting to notify support teams when ...
Key Pair Authentication or OAuth for Snowflake Universal Connector
In the event you are setting up activity monitoring for a Snowflake database using the Guardium Universal Connector (UC), it would be useful to utilize either Key Pair Authentication or OAuth in order to connect. The reason we are proposing this f...
Group option available in Datasource to be added in Custom Jobs and more
1. Using the Datasource grouping solution for the Data sources being collectively used as a batch job and the same can be added for other Jobs as well. 2. DS Group should be able to export the data sources as a whole and relevant count should be s...
Question: Can I copy a brand-new K-TAP module example bellow (Custom Bundle) to standalone GIM (NOT managed by any CM's). i.e - guard-BUNDLE-STAP-126.96.36.199_r112810_v11_4_800-rhel-7-linux-x86_64.gim.signed Assuming it would be an automation task...f...