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This goes beyond simply providing the capability to "Disable a connector" - we really need more granular controls for a given environment, gateway, or connection.
For instance, in general we don't want our users moving data from on-premise SQL dbs due to the nature of some of those databases, but we want some admin built flows to have the capability.
In addition, if you don't put the SQL connector in the business zone, it allows people to move data from it to other un-approved connectors that aren't managed... why is this system so binary? It's very primitively thought out.Anonymous supported this idea ·