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a following fix has been deployed to all EMEA portals already and will be deployed to Apac and Amer portals during today:You cannot assign Server Protection profile for a server that has domain controller role. Profile actually gets delivered to device, but portal UI will never change out of the pending state and it shows the previous profile.
a new PSB release is being rolled out with following changes:
new release will be rolled out to all portals in next few days with folloging changes:
new release will be rolled out to all portals today evening and tomorrow with folloging changes:
we noticed after release that some customers actually cannot migrate the profiles, as the profile is already migrated to Computer Protection profiles. And if you enable channel upgrade in this scenario, it actually assigns also this wrong profile into use.
Only way to get it working correctly in this situation is to delete first the profile from Computer Protection profiles, migrated it then to Server Protection profile and run channel upgrade after this.
We are working on a proper fix, but most likely it will go till weekend.
We are sorry for this problem,
fix for these 2 problems is now rolled to all EMEA portals. We'll roll it to AMER portal during tomorrow and this new feature will come to APAC on Sunday or Monday.
PS. This hotfix also added following improvement:
There are also several bugfixes present:
In case of any problems please contact our community, as usual.
Your PSB Teams
We have released new version to all environments. This release brings some usability improvements to Firewall tab in profile editor, and it also fixes several other minor issues across profile editor.
a new release is being rolled out to all portals with following changes:
a new release will be deployed during today to all production portals mainly to fix this issue:
If you first selected a filter from company home page and then clicked Select All in Devices list, it ended up selecting all devices from that company instead of only the filtered ones.
Other improvements in the release
a new release has been rolled out to all EMEA portals and will be rolled out to rest of portals during tomorrow. Main reason for this release is to fix the portal hangs on EMEA/PSB1, that caused login outages last week. Other fixes included are:
We have released a new feature in PSB portal that allows to search Computer, Server and Mac Protection profiles.
This is available in all Production portals from today.
a new release is being rolled out to all systems with following changes:
PS. UI build number got updated from 1767 to 1770 due to one F-Secure internal issue needing quick fixing.
a new release being rolled out to all environments with following new feature:
and following improvement:
a new release will be rolled out to all portals in next few days with plenty of features and fixes.
Cannot save changes to profiles if Firewall automatic rules has second parameter empty.
Start scan time in scheduled scan can't be configured with hour and minutes.
We are bringing today a new release with performance and improvements fixes to all AMER, APAC and EMEA portals.
a new release was rolled out with the following changes:
a new release was rolled out with the following features:
- Informative notification in home page if computers using Workstation Security (end of life: March 2019) are still registered. It informs that by January 29,2020, we will:
- Unify content disabling based on master switch in profile editor: When the master switch in the different profile section is disable, the relevant settings are automatically greyed as they are not applicable.
- Create CSV report for selected devices: Currently, it is possible to export a CSV file containing all computers. This change will allow to export only the computers that are selected in device list view providing a much smaller CSV. A typical use case is to restrict the use to one product type and/or use filter, select all (if less than 1000 computers), and then click on export selected computers report (CSV). Note that is doesn't work yet with search as the "Clear Search" button hide the menu.
- Able to copy profile from one company to another company as SOP/SEP users (supports now only for Computer Protection -tab, will be later added to Computer Protection for Mac and Server Protection profiles)
- Sorting by operating system in device view now considers version number as well
As usual, the release also fixed some outstanding bugs:
- Change subscription feature does not work on channel upgraded PSB Server Protection clients
- All option is greyed out and can't be configure when Browsing Protection is disabled
we are now enabling a new feature that allows you to assign different default profiles based on a devices Active Directory organization path. So what does this feature do:
As this is the very first release for new service, it still has the following limitations that we are going to address in the coming months:
We are already working on a feature that will allow you to make a computer follow changes to its AD path and use that for figuring out its current profile. This can be configured to be enabled on a per company basis.
This new service also changes the process for how profiles are assigned to devices: instead of the assignment happening when a device registers to the system, it now happens when a device first starts sending upstream data to the backend. This allows us to add much more complex logic in the future for determining which profile will be assigned to the device.
The upcoming Computer / Server Protection 20.1 release will also bring a new way of assigning profiles to new installations. You will be able to give the profile id as a command line parameter to the installer when starting the client installation and the device will use the given profile instead of using the company default.
We will also soon roll out the frequently requested ability of filtering devices based on the profile that is assigned to them.
I've attached a couple of pictures that show what the feature looks like in the portal.
Br, PSB Team.
a new release has been rolled out with the following changes:
starting today, we are going to block all new installations of Workstation Security 12.01 and older version. This version had end of life in March 2019.
At the same time we start deleting all "offline" Workstation Security devices from the portal automatically. Only way to upgrade these to working state is to manually upgrade them to Computer Protection by running the Computer Protection installer on the device.
For more details see this full article of the changes and instructions.
a new release is being rolled out to all portals. Main focus of the release is to deploy some background upstream prosessing performance improvements for the EMEA/PSB1 portal. But in addition to those this release brings out:
As the previous release has affected the operational process of certain of our partners, we are reverting the following changes:
a new release is being rolled out to all portals during Monday as there was annoying bug in reporting the profile assignment state for all new Server Protection installations. Release contains also plenty of new features and other improvements.
a new release 1.0.1989 is being rolled out to all portals with following changes: