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NA - FTP password to be synchronized among all cores

NA - FTP password to be synchronized among all cores

In NA, user has no option to synchronize the ftp password (or other core-specific option) to distributed cores.

Also, there is no indication in the GUI for users to identify which options are core-specific, and which options are shared/synchronized to distributed cores.

 

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Micro Focus Frequent Contributor
Micro Focus Frequent Contributor
Status changed to: Waiting for Votes
The idea has received an initial review to ensure adherence to our idea submission and community guidelines. More information may be needed at this stage, and we expect the community to help prioritize the idea with comments and community support (votes/kudos) The core specific settings are meant to be core specific and hence not synced. That is as per design and would not be changed. In case if FTP authentication details, it is recommended to set explicitly in all the cores for security reasons. However, we would accept the idea to provide indicators for core specific configuration items in the UI.
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Please note that when NA is integrated with SAML and High Availability (load balancer) integration, as the NA admin, we have no control on which cores to login to change the setting.

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