Splunk® Mission Control

Investigate and Respond to Threats in Splunk Mission Control

Customize Splunk Mission Control product settings

You can customize general product settings for Splunk Mission Control.

Deactivate Splunk Mission Control

If you no longer want to use Splunk Mission Control, you can deactivate it if you have the sc_admin or admin role on Splunk Cloud Platform.

  1. From the Settings page in Splunk Mission Control, select Product Settings then General.
  2. Select Deactivate Mission Control.
  3. When asked, "Are you sure you want to deactivate Mission Control?", select Deactivate.

After Splunk Mission Control deactivates, you return to the Incident review page, which shows an activation prompt. After deactivation, you can still see Splunk Mission Control on the side panel in Splunk Cloud Platform, and Splunk software admins can reactivate it. To learn more about the roles and permissions related to activating and deactivating Splunk Mission Control, see Manage roles and capabilities for users of Splunk Mission Control.

Last modified on 20 September, 2023
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This documentation applies to the following versions of Splunk® Mission Control: Current

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