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Release Quarantined Components

Quarantined components are not available for download in your proxy repository. Before you can release a component from quarantine you must resolve any policy violations.

When all policy violations are resolved you can release a component from the Repository Results screen or from the Firewall tab.

Note

A component released from quarantine cannot be put back into quarantine, even if it has subsequent policy violations. To re-quarantine a component, delete the component from its repository. The component will be quarantined again if it violates a policy that is set to Fail at the Proxy stage during an audit.

Firewall view in IQ Server

This view requires a Next-Gen Firewall License. To release a component in the Firewall Tab:

  1. Navigate to the IQ Server

  2. Log in

  3. Select the Firewall view from the sidebar

  4. Select the component you want to release

  5. Select the Policy tab in the Component Information Panel

  6. Waive all failing policy violations

Note

Only violations of policies that are set to Fail in the Proxy stage need to be waived to release the component. Non-failing violations do not need to be waived.

The component will automatically be released from quarantine when all failing violations are remediated.

From the Repository Results Page

This is available to all versions of the Repository Firewall. To release a component from the Repository Results Report:

  1. Navigate to IQ Server

  2. Click on Orgs and Policies

  3. Select Repositories

  4. Select the repository with the quarantined component

  5. Select the component you want to release from quarantine

  6. Select the Policy tab in the Component Information Panel

  7. Waive all of the failing policy violations

Note

Only the violations of policies that are set to Fail in the Proxy stage need to be waived to release the component. Non-failing violations do not need to be waived.

The component will automatically be released from quarantine when all failing violations are remediated.