Here are just a few of the new enhancements:
- A new Client Connection Proxy transport is available to improve communication efficiency in larger environments and where network connections may be regularly unreliable.
- File transfers from the server to clients can now be optimized by using a client-side file cache. When enabled, files are sent to one client and are subsequently distribution to other local systems as needed.
- A number of enhancements to file transfers have been added. These include:
- Anti-tamper prevention (ensuring files have not been edited prior to delivery)
- Support for uploads greater than 2GB
- Support for file resume on uploads
- Ability to stream files directly to network destination (without staging)
- For a Client running a session, the current Command executing will be displayed under the Attempt in the Client Attempt History; all executed Commands can be seen in the session details, with Commands displayed in descending order (latest on top) while the session is running
- Package delivery now includes an option to force validation of the MSI or package file and the ability to group MSI packages so Clients only execute the latest version.
- The following database command queue (DCQ) operations have been added:
- Request Client Job Run
- Set Job Criteria Met
- Set Client Criteria Met
- A server configuration option to only allow a single Agent per Client has been added
- The following changes have been made in the Event and Alert component:
- When an Event change is triggered for a Client, the subject will now be included the Attribute name
- If a Client raises an Event, the Client name and ID will show in the Event body
- When an Action is raised, the Action ID and the related Alert ID will now be included in the details
- In environments where legacy jobs are not enabled, related options and information have been removed from the Admin interface
- A new C client has been added to provide support for legacy and embedded system devices (please see release notes or reach out for more details).
- Significant enhancements have been made to the Java client (please see release notes or reach out for more details).
- All product documentation, starting with this release, has been moved into articles within the RemoteLink support portal (support.unwiredremotelink.com).
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