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Need the capability to be able to apply business rules on notifications using different time zones, days of a week and dates. Examples - User action triggered notifications should be sent between Monday to Friday 9AM-5PM EST. User action triggered...
RCSA Completion Helper - Control Eval is not Associated with more than one Risk Eval
In many cases a single Control mitigates multiple Risks. In such a case, a single Control is associated to multiple Risks. Though, when RCSA Completion Helper runs, the corresponding Control Eval is only associated to the primary Risk's Risk Eval....
PCM module does not allow Policy Author field to be multi-select. If you change the display type of the field to multi-select, it will break the OOB Policy Unlock Helper, which is expecting the Author to be a single user when it determines if the ...
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