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Security risk/Compliance guidelines in exporting Experience Fragment in AEM to Adobe Target

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Is their any guidelines/best practices to avoid any security issue and be compliant to Organization policy in exporting Experience Fragment to Adobe Target?

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Not aware of a way to control/restrict at individual content level. However, you could manage XFs via folders and then use permissions/user profiles at folder-level to control what can be done with them.

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Employee Advisor

Not aware of a way to control/restrict at individual content level. However, you could manage XFs via folders and then use permissions/user profiles at folder-level to control what can be done with them.