I am working on Office 365 control and I have discovered that MineMeld seems to be the best way to do this. To that end, I have set up a MineMeld server and imported the PAN-provided script for Office 365.
There are some Office 365 features that we do not want to allow at this time, such as OneNote, SharePoint Online, and Yammer. I see that I can delete nodes, but what if I want to use them in the near future? Is there some way to just disable a miner but otherwise leave it available for use? I see that the details of one of the nodes including a label next to "Output" that says "Enabled", but I don't see any way to disable it other than deleting it.
Or should I just let MineMeld do its thing and use the Office 365 App-IDs in the PAN firewall to control the access?
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@scottsander : What about removing the miners you do not want to use from the list of "inputs" in the corresponding processors?
That looks like it will work. The interface doesn't make it obvious that you can do that. A simple enable/disable switch on miners, processors, and outputs would probably be better, but this will work in leiu of such a feature.
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