UPDATED! SSO Rules
Functionally SSO rules works as it does today. The big change here is specific to the look and feel. Rather than being presented with a single page with a dropdown. You’ll now be presented with a side drawer, which allows you to select the appropriate rule option via a slider.
As SSO is a global rule, you can only have one SSO rule at a time. So, be sure you have selected the appropriate option that works for all your users and clients alike.
MODIFIED! Remove user licenses
We were looking at a way to improve usability around removing user licenses. And as Evo RADIUS is considered an add-on, you can’t have a user licensed for Evo RADIUS and not Evo Standard.
So, if a user has been licensed for both Evo Standard and Evo RADIUS, and they are no longer to be licensed. You must remove the Evo RADIUS license first, before, you can remove the Evo Standard license.
ENHANCED! User license management
If you’re a subscriber of Evo Security, you’ll see some new don’t forget to next step banners appearing.
These banners will appear when you add a new Evo Cloud user(s) or have reactivated a user(s). The purpose of the banners are simple reminders to license the user, so they don’t experience any service disruptions.
This is a small step towards further improvements we have in mind around licensing. Improvements we’re certain you’ll be excited about, as it will mean less steps for you to manage in the future.
FIXED! Onboarding email campaigns
When adding a new onboarding email campaign, you may have noticed that the directory dropbox didn’t appear to render any results.
This has been fixed and new onboarding email campaigns will recognize the appropriate directories you have added.
FIXED! Adding an LDAP directory
When add a new On-Prem Active Directory (LDAP) agent you may have noticed that after the agent was generated the name field had shown an error when one was not expected.
This has been corrected, and you’ll only see a red X if there is an issue that requires your attention.