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    karl.austin commented  · 

    Sounds like it might meet the requirements. Although from the current admin side, it's a bit of a faff to find current data store usage, having to go via settings > data stores to find it, which is somewhat counter intuitive.

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    karl.austin commented  · 

    I'm not sure I understand why they'd need to be created manually? If you can do it manually, then you can do it automated surely? I'm not aware of anything that the VM creation asks the user differently depending on if it's KVM or Xen.

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    karl.austin commented  · 

    We've been requesting a major overhaul of firewalling for some time. Not just groups that can be applied to a VM:

    - Allow users to group their VM FW rules, turn a group on/off
    - Allow users to add comments to rules
    - Allow users to define a group of IPs e.g. ServerAdmins and apply a rule using that rather than having to create a rule for each IP.
    - Allow users to define a group of ports e.g. AdminPorts (22,7080) and apply a rule using that.

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