It advised Crump that the court does not agree that the document is subject to confidentiality, and gives him 10 days to file a motion pursuant to Judicial Rules of Administration 2.420(d)(3).
If I understand the process (and there's a chance I don't), the clerk's initial determination as to confidentiality is limited to looking at certain limited grounds, which are listed at (d)(1). The list at (d)(1)(A) includes items listed at (c)(1) through (c)(6). There are other areas of court-respected confidentiality, most listed at parts (c)(7) through (c)(9), but the clerk is not empowered to rule on assertions of confidentiality not listed at part (d)(1), that is for the judge.
Quick aside, (c)(9)(A)(ii) allows for protection of a trade secret. A private settlement is in the nature of a business deal, where the parties agree to secrecy. Trade secrets aren't only "how to," they can also be customer lists, and other business deals. I'm not sure how Crump (and the HOA insurer) will pigeonhole the information within the rules framework, and that doesn't really matter. What matters is that the clerk did not find the information to be protected under (d)(1).
Anyway, this information being outside of (d)(1), we get to the process to get the issue before the judge, which is the "Motion to Determine Confidentiality of Court Records" (this title must be used in the filing, if the rules are followed). The parties that want to keep this confidential have 10 days within which to file this motion, and the motion must be substantive both legally, and as applied to the information alleged to be confidential.
An interesting question, to me, is who are the "interested parties" for purposes of this motion. Is that just the HOA, Crump, and Sybrina? Or do O'Mara and the state have a part in this sideshow? I don't know. The simpler situation is only the HOA, insurer, Crump, and Sybrina are involved in the sideshow, and all of them will agree that the information they promised to keep secret, should be kept secret.
I bet the HOA, insurer, and Judge Nelson are pissed. This is a totally unnecessary sideshow in the criminal case.