Hi! I have a small problem with the auto-generated provisioning XML files. Each time I save changes to an extension a new XML file is created in the TcxProvFiles. This wouldn't be a problem, except that those files contain the clear-text password of our extensions. Which still wouldn't be a problem, except that for a number of reasons which are beyond my control I can't put that machine behind a firewall. Now, I am sure everybody agrees that it is just a matter of time before an attacker gets those files. So I was wondering: is there a way to avoid the XML files being generated? OR is there a way to configure Abyss to only allow access to a predefined set of IP addresses? OR will 3CX mind if I schedule a script to kill those files ? A bit rough, but gets the job done, I guess. Thank you!!