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Incident Classification Attribute

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Respected Contributor

We noticed a Classification attribute on Incidents in Sentinel, it is showing NA. what is the purpose of this attribute? 

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Best Response confirmed by Dean Gross (Respected Contributor)
Solution
After some more research, it was determined that this is the Classification that gets selected when closing an Incident. This includes False Positive, True Positive, and Undetermined.