Get an overview of the newest features introduced in BeyondTrust Privileged Remote Access 19.1, including:
We are excited to share a new brand identity that aims to make Privileged Remote Access more accessible and useful to our users. In this release, you will have a first look at some of the design considerations that went into evolving the user experience and incorporating new brand elements.
Most Recently Used Jump Items provides an easy way to find your most frequently accessed Jump Items which saves time by not having to search for frequently accessed endpoints.
Let's Encrypt is a service provided by the Internet Security Research Group (ISRG). It is a free, automated, and open certificate authority (CA). In /appliance, you can request and automatically renew SSL/TLS certificates used by your Secure Remote Access appliance. Let's Encrypt is configured in the SSL/TLS Configuration section in /appliance for on-premises deployments and the Appliance tab for Cloud deployments.
Matching customers' needs with different deployment options, the Secure Remote Access appliance is now available in Amazon Web Services. Whether you are a new Privileged Remote Access customer or an existing customer that has an initiative to move your on-premises appliance to AWS, the new AWS deployment provides more options for your preferred deployment.
The macOS Access Console and Endpoint Client now fully support macOS Mojave including changes to the new security requirements of Mojave.
Password Injection with BeyondTrust Password Safe is now available for Privileged Remote Access, enabling your users to securely use passwords during access sessions with the click of a button. In addition, it provides an integrated approach to secure third-party vendor access.
Several enhancements were made to the Access Console to improve usability, such as remembering the last security provider used for login, remembering column layouts, and showing the last time an endpoint was rebooted.
Users can now inject a vaulted account with MFA enabled during a Web Jump Access session, enabling users to utilize the same credential injection experience they are used to using in the other access methods.
Users can now utilize the Copy/Paste functionality during a Web Jump session, enabling users to continue to utilize their current processes while using the Web Jump feature.
Secure Remote Access ATLAS technology is now available for Privileged Remote Access. With ATLAS technology, organizations can manage multiple appliances across the globe from a single administration interface