Remember a few weeks ago how we put out a minor release that was almost major because of all the new toys? Well, this one is rather the opposite. This release focuses on maintenance, killing some notable bugs that got away from us recently. Here are the items of interest and why you should update.
If you track idle events (which is a good idea!) so you can see active vs idle time in your Login reports, you want this update. Discovered to have started in 22.214.171.124, this is a glitch in the server where captured idle start and stop times can be inaccurate. This means the reported idle vs active time could be incorrect in some cases. Don’t worry, the overall session time is still accurate, and only data captured under the affected versions would be suspect. So while relatively minor, we consider this high profile and advise updating to get things logging properly again, even if you don’t use this feature (which you totally should because it’s cool!).
- You can once again set a password when making an account, rather than needing to save the account then set the password then save again.
- Improved performance opening Purchase records with a long upgrade history.
- Fixed an issue with the new Scripts loading feature in the Web UI when KeyServer is running on Linux (erroneous error and possible web service restart).
- Improved performance of the KeyAccess client (read as don’t throttle the CPU) when tracking DLLs in an application with a LOT of DLL files (looking at you AutoCAD).
- Made Guacamole integration more tolerant to the server clocks not being in perfect sync.
- Other minor things, see the Component History as usual.
Fine, two new tiny features…
- We now scan BTRFS volumes on Linux (listen to all those cheers).
- You can now use the /list append on the URL of an embedded Map Set to show the Division/Tag list under the geographic map.
See you next time!