When new support is added the docs are updated. If it is not listed it is not currently supported.
I appreciate the reply, but I've found that to not always be the case.
We would be interested to get examples of this so that we can fix our documentation process. Thanks.
One example I ran into somewhat recently is the Windows proxy on Windows Server 2019. It's not on the supported OS page for that product. I asked that question here on the forum and the response from a BMC employee was along the lines of, it works and we should probably update our documentation. That share was really helpful for me and I really appreciated it. Sometimes the product's abilities move faster than documentation does.
I would like to re-focus the thread on the intent of my question though. I'm conceding that it's not supported because it's not in the documentation - given that- has anyone had success discovering these? Any setup to do that's different from the present documentation?
That is not really the same thing. Support for newer OSes for proxies will normally old be carried out for new version of the product not existing ones.
I'll ask this question in a different way ...
When will Isilon Gen6 systems be supported? These are A, H and F-series Isilon systems?
In the mean time, I'll work with our Isilon admins to test the REST API discovery and see what happens.
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