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QRadar Community Edition (CE) version 7.5.0 or later
Several users have created support forum requests for an update to QRadar Community Edition (CE) to bring the release up to a newer QRadar version. I discussed this issue with Product Management (PM) and the goal of this Idea is for users to vote ...
Pinning allows a feature to be added to the blue bar along with Dashboard, Offences, Log Activity etc Log Source Manager should be allowed to be pinned to the blue bar along with other apps. For example. QDI can be pinned Use Case Manager can be p...
Currently a lot of settings are included in a single User Role option named "System Administrator". It would be useful to have more fine-grained control in these permissions. e.g. It might be useful for a certain employee to be able to see our cur...
It would be nice to be able to add aliases to fields as It would make Qradar more flexible for customers who have their own use case library and development. Something similar az ariel_property_key_mapping, where we could set aliases to custom pro...
When using the date-time search textbox or the "last interval" dropdown, the search will be performed on the storage time. If there is a lag between the moment when the event has been generated and the moment when it was written to disk, this way ...
Our customers are looking for a flexible way to extend the disk space by adding more virtual disks and extend them with LVM to the /store mount to have more disk space for events and flows at installation and for future growth. At the moment it is...
Add collector id and hostname to "Event pipeline dropped events".
Currently the "Event pipeline dropped events" only refers to the collector's IP. It would be helpful the to have the collector's ID and hostname in the event. Similar to how "Event(s) were routed to storage" events are reported.