Feature Request: Policy import/export

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Because we have 2 different subscriptions (one for production and one for dev/test), we’d like to have the ability to import and export policies between the two subscriptions. I’ve been unable to find any information on this, so please forgive me if this is already possible or if this feature request is already pending.

Yes, we have a good reason for having two different subscriptions, so please do not reply with alternative suggestions. We’ve been over that with support extensively already.

Thank you!

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    Grace Baker

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    Grace Baker

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    Hey, Thanks for reaching out to us.

    We have raised a feature request here for the same. Our engineering team will start working on this.
    We’ll keep you posted regarding any updates.

    Watch out for the latest feature updates and what’s cooking here at Hexnode!

    Cheers!
    Grace Baker
    Hexnode MDM

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    Ian Jones

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    Ian Jones

    Participant

    Hi,   the above feature request (which is a great idea) was raised over a year ago (March 31, 2020 at 10:53 am) and your a year ago was that a feature request was raised and you were starting work on it.   I have not seen this feature in any release notes and can’t find it in menus etc so is it ‘still’ being worked on?      This type of feature is really useful as many of your customers have more than one account (partly as originally there were no roles we could share with clients).  So we currently have 4 accounts and I am setting up anew one every month, and they all have EXACTLY the same policy so its so frustrating having to recreate them all from scratch.      Is there anything you can do in the back end to copy a policy over from one account to another?   Thanks…

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    Thomas Specter

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    Thomas Specter

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    Hi Ian,

    Thank you for reaching out to us.

    When portals are created in Hexnode MDM, the data getting generated for them are getting instantly encrypted in the industry standards. Severe complications arise in attempts to migrate, which shall also include privacy concerns as different portals are present in their individual space in an encrypted format.

    Moreover, a policy template includes various data from other parts of the portal like the configured set of applications in your repository, the certificates, the users synced etc. So, we might have to take a much bigger set of a backup whilst ensuring there is no data getting lost or getting blended amongst others.

    This feature shall be taken up for development soon based on demand, as it has been on our roadmap.

    Cheers!

    Thomas Specter
    Hexnode MDM