March 17 Release Follow
For this release we were focused on squashing as many annoyances as possible and implementing a few improvements along the way.
NEW! Evo Secure Login Watch App
This is exciting for those users with an Apple iPhone and an Apple watch. You can now accept or decline the two-factor request from your Apple watch.
If your watch is set to automatically install any mobile app you have installed on your iPhone to your Apple watch. So, long as there is a watchOS version available. You’re already set to start using the Evo Secure Login app today.
If you’ve changed your default settings to not automatically install apps, you have installed on your iPhone to your Apple watch. And are interested in using your watch rather than your phone, go ahead and install the app.
IMPROVED! Styling improvements
For both the Users table and Billing & Licensing we’ve made some styling improvements we think you’ll like. The styling updates for billing & licensing are subtle.
The more obvious of the two is the Users table. Where you’re notice that we’ve removed the horizontal scrolling, increased the table size to show 15-users at a time, and added a new No License Assigned identifier for all unlicensed users.
IMPROVED! Windows Credential Provider
The Windows Credential Provider has recently undergone a few improvements.
- Enabled the ability to change a password with the Windows Secure Login application if a password has expired.
- New protected directory (c:\ProgramData\EvoSecurity\SecureLogin)
- Logging of elevated login attempts.
- Error message updated for disabled users.
New MSI version is 220.127.116.11
FIXED! SSO Rules
We have been working hard at understanding the differences between solutions and determine the appropriate fixes needed for the Single Sign-On rule.
As intended, your users will only need to re-authenticate based on the configuration of the rule for all solutions in our toolkit.
It is recommended when creating a Single Sign-On rule in Evo, that it matches the configuration in the solution, especially if you’re able to configure an organization or user-level session timeout.
FIXED! Delete licensed users
Previously you needed to remove a license before you were able to delete a licensed Evo Cloud user. Now you’ll be able to delete the user, and the license will be available to be assigned to another user.
FIXED! Adding Evo cloud users
You may have noticed that a workaround was needed to first view directories before you were able to add a new Evo Cloud user.
We have put all the pieces together and the workaround is no longer necessary when adding a new Evo Cloud User.
FIXED! Evo Secure Login Mobile App
A few key items experienced have been resolved with the latest Evo Secure Login mobile app. For more details refer to the release notes as posted to the Apple and Google stores.
Apple new app version 3.4.0.
Android new app version 3.3.3.
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