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Incidents that won't be fixed

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Incidents that won't be fixed

I have an ITIL question regarding low priority incidents that cannot or won't be fixed. How will they be closed? Do you normally use a specific resolution code for that? Like "No action taken"?
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Branimir Valentic Sep 17, 2018

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It's hard to generalize. If incidents can't or won't be fixed, it's good idea to have marker that no further action was taken. If there is a place to enter resolution code, yes you can do as proposed.
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