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Delete / Disable Security Systems and Endpoints

Murmur
Regular Contributor III
Regular Contributor III

Hi everyone, 

I already know that there are only limited capabilities to do so, and it seems there are a lot of conflincting information across the forum. 

What I need to know now is, if there is any way to delete or disable deprectaed Security Systems. Unfortunately the Query in Solved: delete security systems - Saviynt Forums - 40306 can't be used anymore, as the Excute Extension Queries(**DEPRECATED**) (CUSTOM QUERY JOB) Job is nof finnaly deprecated and not available anymore (v24.2).

Any hints? 

Cheers 🙂

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NM
Valued Contributor
Valued Contributor

Hi @Murmur , you can't delete SS or endpoint but can disable it.

For endpoint there is a toggle button to disable it 

Murmur
Regular Contributor III
Regular Contributor III

Idea Portal post with the request for Lifecycle planning for Security Systems and Endpoints: Allow Offboarding Security Systems and | Saviynt Ideas Portal

Feel free to vote if you deem it useful 🙂

Use enhanced Query

select systemkey as  securitysystems__primarykey, 0 as securitysystems__status from securitysystems
WHERE  systemname = 'Rushi'
       AND status = 1
LIMIT 1; 


Regards,
Rushikesh Vartak
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You can disable connection it disable all objects 


Regards,
Rushikesh Vartak
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Murmur
Regular Contributor III
Regular Contributor III

Addendum to this - I did some testing (v24.5).

  • After disabling the Connection, ALL SecSys get disabled, that use it in either Connection or Provisioning Connection (Service Desk and Password Management Connection are irrelevant to this)
  • You can assign a disabled connection to a SecSys, without disabling it
  • By enabling the Connection again, you also reenable the SecSys and corresponding Endpoints