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helper.fail() - Create a more User Friendly Pop-up
Currently when using the helper.fail() command in scripting, the pop-up error includes the name of the trigger point (rule/playbook), the name of the script, then the String included in the () portion of the helper.fail command. Example: Current E...
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. ...
Investigation of incidents very often requires extensive email communication with incident contacts (reporting individuals, system owners, managers, witnesses etc.). Resilient should have an in-built email integration (similar to most helpdesk or ...
Resilient inbound email configuration using OAuth protocol/Graph API
As of now, we are using exchange protocol for inbound email communication which will be ruled out by Microsoft in Dec 2022. We have to use oauth protocol/Graph API for inbound email communication which is not yet supported by IBM Resilient. Reques...
Widgets Associated to Task Attachments are available for the Layout of a Task. This does not include any Incident level Attachments, which ensures that while on an Attachments Tab on the Incident itself you will see the entirety of the attachments...