Close Multiple associated Requests to Problem with one resolution
By following the below steps we can Copy one problem solution and workaround to all associated incidents
1. Create a problem ticket.
2. Associate incidents to the problem to the ticket.
3. Under Admin>Problem Closure Rules you can set the below rules
4. In the problem request, you can add the Solutions and close the problem which will close all the requests with a solution attached to the resolution.
Please check the solution with few test requests or with UAT to verify if it had satisfied your requirements.
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