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As we are upgrading Verify privilege environments, kindly your support is highly appreciated as we are facing an big obestical/issue with the new version as secrets owner can view secrets password which is not good behavior on the security level a...
Ability To Delete/Hide Inactive Web Services API Keys
Hi, I would like to submit a request for the ability to delete inactive web Services API keys or at least hide them from view. I have a few now that I am not using and would like to remove them to prevent clutter. Katina D. Grant Indian Health Ser...
My customer aquired ReaQta on premise to protect the endpoints to replace Kaspersky AV. ReaQta is not detected on the endpoints as an AV which is obviously normal but the problem is that the customer is constantly receiving Pop-ups on the endpoint...
upon a release of an agent if the agent is not working well, currently customers need to uninstall and reinstall. To save the trouble of doing that for thousands of endpoints, it would be helpful if customer has the ability to do a rollback to the...
Our QRadar Deployment 7.5 require that we use QNI stacking configuration because of the heavy volume; however, QRadar Synch app for DR does not work when trying to pair the QNI for stack configuration.
ISVA should warn administrator if snapshot fails applying and also check for conditions that would cause failure before applying
When a snapshot is applied, the appliance should check to ensure that it can be successfully extracted (there is enough space, the filesystem is writable, etc.) before the snapshot is applied. If the snapshot fails to apply for any reason, the LMI...
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...