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Named Credentials - Add Checkbox to Not Replicate Credentials to Sandboxes

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For Named Credentials, I would like to have a checkbox that would automatically blank out login information for any sandbox creation/refreshes.  The current behavior copies the information to all sandboxes so anything referencing the Named Credential still works.

In some cases, this behavior is acceptable.  For example, if the Named Credentials are being used only for a "Read Only" type process.

However, if records are being created/ediited/deleted, in a lot of cases this should only be done from a production Salesforce environment, so I would want to disable the Named Credential and if I actually needed to use it in a sandbox, I could re-enable it by putting proper test credentials in.

By implementing this with a checkbox, it would allow the flexibity to choose when creating the Named Credentail which scenario fits the credential.

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