I'm working on auditting and cleaning up the configuration of a Pulse Connect appliance. Other than parsing through logs and reports and crawling through the config, is there a good way to gauge where and if a role and realm is used within the appliance? I have a list of roles and realms I'd like to delete as I couldn't find them linked anywhere, but I'd like better assurance that they aren't used. Or alternatively, is there a way to disable a role or realm without deleting it so that it can quickly be re-enabled again if it turns out I was mistaken about its usage?
I've already request PS to develop that kind of metrics to help in cleaning the configurations. If you want, ask your SE to push for this change request
Provide usage data on REALM, Role & VPN Access Control.
The best option to disable a role, is to remove it from role mapping. For the realm, just remove it from realms available or disable the signin page.
Thanks for the info.
As a follow-up question then, if I were to attempt to delete a role or realm, and it happened to be used somewhere, would the PSA notify me that it was used and deny my deletion? Or would it delete it anyway, and leave some Sign-In page in an unusable state?