I see under the AIX prevention the only DB prevention policy for MySQl. Is there a best practice or template for DB2? We are trying to set up prevention for an AIX 7.2 server running IBM DB2. We have a policy in place for the OS - but want one geared toward the Data Base.
I was asked by a colleague to help find a way to provide grouping functionality within the grid component in Workflow. Using the Angular options, this worked for him; however, there was no way to have the grid load with initial groupings (as far as we could tell). After a bit of trial, error, and effort, I found a way to preload the groupings in the Angular grid.
Give your grid a specific Control ID on the Functionality tab.
Supply the component with the usual required parameters.
On the Response tab, select Allow Grouping if you want the user to be able to interact with the grouping feature.
On the General tab, select Use Angular JS.
At the project's top level options, select Use Angular Js Capability.
Include whichever following script is appropriate into your form's Behavior tab, as an added onload action. Double-click any empty space on your form, or right-click and select Edit Form in any blank space inside or outside your form in the Form Builder canvas.
The setTimeout delay is used because the kendo Angular component takes just a tiny moment to render, meaning that we need to delay our script long enough to allow the grid to complete. Otherwise, the script we run will not find the target dataSource. Depending on the data displayed in the grid, the delay may need adjustment to suit. The 100 value in the script above is the delay, in milliseconds.
The colleague for whom I worked on this solution needed multiple initial groupings. The code was then adjusted to force an array of groupings, as such:
This is a kind of Serious problem which we are facing in our Environment, this is because of the CleanWipe Utility.
What's Happening in Our Environment: Our Tech Support Engineer's are Uninstalling the Symantec EndPoint Client Using the Cleanwipe Utility and while Uninstalling it is not even asking the Password, this is making many of the system's to go Vulnerable.
What we required from Symantec: Please Change the Program and do some kind Changes to the next version of the CleanWipe Utility, CleanWipe Should ask either the SEP Client Password or the Serial Number of the Product while Uninstalling the Product from the End User's Machine.
Please take this up on Priority and do the needful.