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The APIs are now available, please see https://developer.sophos.com/ for more details.
For example, retrieving tamper protection status is available this way: https://developer.sophos.com/docs/endpoint-and-server/1/routes/endpoints/%7BendpointId%7D/tamper-protection/get
I appreciate many people simply want the admin UI to offer the functionality rather than just APIs, and we will update it to allow column addition/removal and filtering on any column. However, this is likely to not be until around August as the development team have been reassigned to assist another project for a few months. Sorry for the wait, I would very much like this to be available earlier.
I’ll leave this item open and “started” until the admin UI changes are released, but please do be aware of the API option in the meantime.
An error occurred while saving the commentJoshua commented
At least have API for this!
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13 votesPlanned · AdminRich Baldry (Senior Product Manager, Network Security Group, Sophos Features & Ideas Laboratory) responded
We have implemented a back-end feature to add X-Forwarded-For headers to HTTP requests in version 4.2.0 of the Web Appliance. At present it must be enabled by Sophos support but we are considering adding it as a UI option in the future.
Note that this feature only works for non-secure HTTP so it may not help for the Google situation where the default is for traffic to use HTTPS. This is because with HTTPS, the headers are all part of the secured, encrypted communication within an SSL tunnel. There is no equivalent protocol that would work on SSL traffic.