Either CSV upload or API access to global blacklist for ALL of our different customer networks.
I don't think it's been officially released, but you can now do Global Policies or change current ones to be Global: https://docs.dnsfilter.com/docs/msp-global-policies
After checking out some feedback, it appears that this may be a duplicate: https://feedback.dnsfilter.com/admin/board/feature-requests/p/global-policies-for-msps
If there is any difference, please go ahead and let me know and I will rename this one accordingly!
@Jordan Dusek: i think that people are asking for a Parent Global Blacklist/Whitelist that will append to the current policies so its a separate feature Request then just a simple Global Policy that will show across all organizations
Even better would be to have a global list (white/black) we can just "add" to. This would automatically just add down the line to all clients. Some auditing/logging would definitely need to be in place from a security standpoint. Each entry should have a log of who entered it and when. Even for CSV import with a copy of the file uploaded. The ability at a client level to block inheritance should also be in place
any update with a Real ETA for this wanted feature ?
@Nachman: Hello Norman. We don't have an ETA yet, but will be sending out a survey regarding this feature as well as https://feedback.dnsfilter.com/feature-requests/p/global-policies-for-msps
@Josh Lamb: Hello Josh , i still have not received the survey that you mentioned.
was it sent ?
@Nachman: The survey hasn't been sent out yet, but we will post it on this thread when we do.
Agreed - this would be very helpful instead of maintaining individual client whitelist csv
I have just merged these two requests as global whitelist/blacklist is really the same function/feature.
Global whitelist so that our managed endpoints can always connect to our infrastructure - our backup servers, our management system, and our help-desk system.
When we let our customers create their own policies, they often forget to whitelist our systems.
We would really appreciate a possibility to have a central black/white list that is commutative with one the single client has so we can add problematic websites that all our clients want to have blocked.
expanding on this, it would be good to have multiple global black/white lists.
And separate out the black/white list from the policy and create a new dropdown selection on the Customer site for black/white list. This will enable more flexibility in creating global policies: multiple filter policies with a common black/white list.