Forgetting and/or Not Remembering Site (credentials) options in Sharegate Explorer
When connecting to a site in the Migration tool, you have options to not remember the site, and you can forget sites that are already remembered.
It would be mandatory to not preserve that information in the Sharegate Explorer as well for some users. It seems to go against policy to do so.
Carol Puissegur commented
It, too, would love to see it come back! It was there prior to version 7. I've run into the issue mentioned by Kurt, and if we could easily clear those saved sites, it would alleviate issue and be more efficient. Thanks!
Kurt Storsved commented
The fact that a direct competition to your product Metalogix Content Matrix allows for easy connecting and disconnecting, should be a reason to add this feature back. You can disconnect from the reporting and other services, doesn't make sense that you can't from Migration with the setting to not allow saved passwords. And if you change your password and then re-start a saved migration you could eventually lock yourself out of Active Directory. (Been there, Done that)
Whenever connecting to a site from the migration tool, the connection is stored and will appear in the drop down in that panel when you come back. After a while, some users might want to remove some of the connections to keep it clean and more efficiently access sites when doing many migration jobs
Dawn Bartnicki commented
Please bring this option back! My list of connections is getting rather long.
With version 7.0, the option to "forget this site" no longer exists. There is no way to clean the connection drop down menu in the migration section.
Have the ability to delete sites from the migration tool's ''remember this site" history dropdown menu (adding an "x" or a right click - delete option).