Changes have been made to environments in order to provide greater flexibility as well as stricter security measures. The following changes have been made:
- No Environment has been renamed to Default Environment and can now be treated as any other environment such that it can take on permissions and be hidden/exposed to other users.
- Option to configure various modules for multiple environments. With this feature, Playbooks can now run on several environments. This means that instead of managing multiple playbooks for multiple environments, users only need to configure a Playbook once and run it in several environments. This feature provides additional support for the Dynamic Environment Parameters feature introduced in Software Release 5.3.2
- Users with the required permissions can now see data, run actions and define playbooks to run on one, several, or all environments.
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