[Openvas-discuss] GSA broken when it comes to editing scan config files - what's the best way around that?

Reindl Harald h.reindl at thelounge.net
Wed Aug 8 20:00:14 CEST 2012



Am 08.08.2012 20:37, schrieb Matthew Mundell:
>> The GSA help section says to edit scan configs by choosing the wrench icon.
>> Those are all greyed out. It says "A scan config can be edited if it's not
>> currently used by a task." But only one has ever been on this system.
>> They're all greyed out. Is this a bug, or the lack of a feature?
> 
> It's a feature.  If the config is in use, then editing is prohibited.  This
> keeps the reports comparable.  You have to make a new config if you want to
> edit it.

but why in the world can you not add a new target to a scan?

it is really boring having a lot of scheduled scans pointing
finally to the same virtuakization-cluster and running at the
same time instead add a new host do a existing config

there should be REALLY a option to switch off this prohibitions
for environments where you do not need to compare the results
but you also want not lose them completly

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