Build 14800 (09/08/2022):

  • Setup again respects the selection of program features to be installed
  • Recognition of Bios OEM licenses and assignment in license management improved
  • Linux acquisition: Improved handling of passwords with special characters
  • In rare cases, device licenses were deleted in license management due to “Obsolete data” cleanup. This problem has been fixed.

Build 14777 (08/25/2022):

  • AD Acquisition: Resolving group memberships again possible for users who are not in the selected OU scope

Build 14766 (08/17/2022):

  • Offline Agent: New version number 9.1: With the new action “repair” the upload & selfupdate paths, as well as the user data in use (“OfflineAgent.config” file) can now be exchanged for existing installations. More explanation here.
  • Fingerprint matching: By including the new rule for matching DeviceInfo.SystemUuid + HardwareAsset.SerialNumber + Mainboard.SerialNumber for physical machines, duplicates should be avoided.
  • Queries can no longer be moved below the ” Access Data Management” & “Tasks & Notifications” nodes
  • Faster loading of the context menu when right-clicking on license products if there are also dynamic documents in the “Report Templates” folder
  • Fixed a problem from 9.1.3 that caused the Web Viewer in the multi-client version to always display the data of the “Default” client
  • Linux acquisition: determination of DNS hostname and domain improved
  • Reading SharedFolder permissions: For non-English operating systems, the English name is still read for groups such as “Authenticated Users”.
  • License Management: Host licensing: Expired licenses are no longer counted as “available”
  • Exchange inventory removes remaining files from previous versions on the Exchange server
  • AutomationService can also be run from the portable version directory
  • Topology synchronization improved
  • Active Directory Scan: new parameter /recursivegroupsext also resolves group memberships of groups outside the specified OU
  • Warranty query for HP devices: increased stability

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