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Files attached to objects in OpenPages may contain sensitive information and requires OpenPages to support encryption / decryption of these files. This request was intended in the existing idea OPP-I-278 (Support for Encryption of Files / Encrypte...
Incorporate standard logging of events on OpenPages application server
Our company have a standard in submitting all application logs to our enterprise SIEM tool for monitoring. We had inquired with the OpenPages Product Support team but their response was at the time, no standard messaging capabilities - see TS00260...
We currently installed OpenPages 7.2 at Unicredit, and they have Oracle Database Vault enabled on their QA and PROD environments. This means we had to modify the database install scripts quite heavily to accommodate the segregation of duty that DV...
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