If you are working with Remote Repositories for Multi-Tenant Deployments, and want to use selective propagation to Add Propagation Labels to Content, you will need to use the following remote repository deployment setup, and follow the steps described in this task.
Required Remote Repository Deployment Setup
Development environment. Single, standalone instance of the Cortex XSOAR server (NOT multi-tenant). See Configure a Remote Repository on a Development Machine for more information on how to set this up.
Production environment. Multi-tenant deployment, with a main account and tenant accounts, with the main account serving as the sole connection point to the remote repository. See Configure a Remote Repository on the Main Account for more information on how to set this up.
In the development environment, ensure that propagation labels (selective propagation) are enabled.
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In the Server Configuration section, click +Add Server Configuration.
Add the following server configurations and set their keys to
In the development environment, Add Propagation Labels to Content as needed.
In the development environment, make whatever content changes are needed, and then push content to the remote repository.
In the production environment, pull content from the remote repository.
In the production environment, confirm that the propagation labels were added to the content, and that the labels are available for use in→ → → .