Connection Agents Now Have Password Confirmation - to reduce typing errors when entering the Connection Agent password, a second password entry has been added to confirm the password is typed correctly
LDAP User Providers and LDAP Group Providers can now have independent search OUs. This improves search efficiency for customers who keep their users and groups in separate, independent OUs.
Improved error reporting to help diagnose LDAP connectivity errors.
Manual settings for Failover Roles - a checkbox has been added to the Failover page that enables and disables automatic data-syncs.
Alerts Audio alerts are now supported for MAC and Linux.
Administrators changing the username for Local users could result in a duplicate user being created. This has been fixed.
Users from remote providers can now change their display name
In certain circumstances, users from remote providers would be unable to authenticate with the Bomgar Box, even when their credentials were valid. This has been fixed.
When configuring Clusters of Clusters in a Failover scenario, navigation through the Web Interface to define Group Policies now handles Failover properly
When a user or group provider was configured with multiple object ID mappings, Search functionality would no longer function for that Provider in Group Policies. If a user from this provider was added to a Group Policy, further edits of this group policy would not display the user’s or group’s name properly. This has been fixed.
When editing an LDAP Group Provider to copy its configuration from an existing LDAP User Provider, if the User Provider is using anonymous binding or a connection agent, the Group Provider now saves properly
Kerberos Keytabs are now included in backups
A bad link on the Outbound Events Edit Recipient page has been fixed
Using the shift key to highlight text is working again
After rebooting, the screen sharing scroll bars appear as expected now
Permissions for the screen sharing prompt are now saved correctly
An issue where, occasionally, the RepClient would not be able login after a site install or upgrade has been fixed
When restoring a backup, if any Outbound Event Recipients are configured to use HTTP and you have uploaded the remote site’s certificate or issuer public key, you will be required to re-upload the public key after the restore has completed
Sending Ctrl-Alt-Delete to a customer before disabling the Privacy Screen can have problems
When using Dashboard to monitor another Rep, the remote mouse is not displayed
Using “edit” during a Windows Remote Shell session restricts the usable size of the Remote Shell window
A destination drive or folder must be selected to activate the “upload” button for File Transfer