Hi.This is just a heads up because I notice a trend.Broadcom has, during it's migration, broken many domains from CA, Automic and others.Some of these domains still redirect but trigger SSL warnings due to expired certificates (not looking very professional). Worse, some are simply gone, or redirect to a 404.I recently see an increase of people responding to old community threads, not sure why. Maybe they use the forum search, which would be commendable. Some threads are necroed and then hijacked back from 2016, which isn't great style, but nobody at CA or Broadcom has ever taken meassures against bad forum style, so that's fair game I guess.Then these folks realize the links in those threads, to the knowledge bases at CA or Automic or somesuch are broken. I have even helped some out with archive.org, but breaking the domains of aquisitions is not great, especially when one operates a community forum where these links have been widely posted over many years.Here's just the latest example.I'm sure the aquisitions came with a list of domains the former entiries operated. Please consider fixing what was broken.Thanks.
very true , lots of kb articles are also not returning any details
for ex :https://support.ca.com/us/knowledge-base-articles.TEC1082532.html