I'm not sure if there are security concerns with this, but I'd imagine it can be done since web services can have stored usernames/passwords. I'd like the option to create Global connection profiles in Workflow.
Currently, the options are local or common, both of which are limited to the current PC. In our environment, we might have several people building workflows, sometimes on different machines, and we try not to hand out passwords to accounts with that much access.
Instead, I'd like the option to create global profiles that can be saved to the server so anyone with rights to build a workflow could add those connections from any machine without knowing the password.
Following that train of thought, it would be great if we could also have granular permissions for those profiles and for the web services. With workflows I can set it so some users cannot see specific workflows, and it would be great for security if we could control access to web services and global profiles in a similar fashion.
I know there's some complications there, like if a user can see the workflow, but doesn't have rights to the web service it contains, but I thought I would put it out there anyway just in case someone can think of a good way to implement the feature.