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Drap and Drop for Client Customization Settings UserApp should have independent moving screens

Agreed.  The UI does not scale well.  To make it work, I have tried Zooming to horribly high reslution so the entire set of 100 attributes fits on the screen and memorizing where the attribute of interest falls in the list then dragging it in.  A terrible solution to an obvious problem.

by Scott Tanselle  in Identity Manager on 2020-10-01

 in Identity Manager updated on 2020-10-01

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Any other possibility to show profile/filters

I agree with @Rimser and @ketter.

As a temporary workaround I use the F11 function key to expand the webpage to the full size of my screen and eliminate browser data. This helps a little but it doesn't address SMG specific issues.

The Deployment Workbench only utilizes about fifty percent of the available screen real estate. When configuring scan policies, the panel at the left is wasted space; the Filters, Services, and Exceptions panel consumes far too much real estate.

Without having to redesign a new way to configure scan policies, a workable solution might be to allocate the full screen to the Deployment Workbench and access the Filters, Services, and Exceptions via a right mouse click or a popup window.

by Rimser  in Secure Messaging Gateway on 2020-10-01

 in Secure Messaging Gateway updated on 2020-10-01

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