Another month down, another great product update! We’ve made a significant change of how our administrative users work within the platform. Please, take a look to see how this will impact your environment.
Changed!- Admin User Access
Historically, when creating administrative users within the Evo Portal, these admin users were granted all permissions and all access. While this may be preferable for some users, this unfortunately trickled down to our tenant admins as well. To prevent any mistakes or access violations, we have restructured this in a “least privilege granted” way.
Moving forward, all administrative users created will have extremely limited access. All administrative users will be scoped to their respective tenants. If you wish to grant them more access, you must now do so within Tenant Access Permissions and Granular Admin Permissions within Evo.
To reiterate, all current Admin users will not be affected, only Admin users moving forward as to not disrupt any previous setups.
New! – Windows Server 2012 Support
You asked, we listened! Evo now supports Windows Server 2012 for our Evo Credential Provider and LDAPS agent! From a user’s perspective, there’s virtually no difference from what you’ve experienced using Windows Server 2016/2019, but you can find more information about this new addition here within this article -
Fixed! – Onboarding Editing
Our email onboarding page allows edits to be made before the emails are sent to your users. However, this also had the potential to break the page by removing the template. This has been resolved for a smoother editing process!
- Bug Fixes!
- Tons of refactoring!
Tune in next time for more Evo Updates!