March 2022 Release Notes

Last modified on September 1, 2022

What’s New from March 2022

New

  • OneLogin SCIM Provisioning. Added OneLogin as an official SCIM provisioning provider option.
  • HashiCorp Vault AppRole Generally Available. Released the AppRole authentication method for the Vault Secret Store integration. It is not yet present in the SDKs.
  • SDK v2 Generally Available. Released version 2 of all SDKs to support access rules.

Updated

  • Faster Load Time on Users Page. Improved the load time for Team Leaders on the Users page of the Admin UI.
  • Display of Role Assignments. Improved the display of Roles in the Admin UI when a User is assigned to a large number of Roles.
  • New Permission for Admin Tokens. Enabled admin tokens to be granted the Control Panel:View Settings permission.
  • Filter and Scroll Web Logs. Updated the Web Logs page in the Admin UI to support filters and scroll pagination.
  • Admin UI URLs. Standardized URLs in the Admin UI to match the name and/or section of the page in focus.
  • Remove Button. Changed the Remove example resources button into an explanation card that also includes the Remove button.
  • Wider SSH Replays. Made the SSH Replays modal in the Admin UI wider in order to handle wider SSH sessions.
  • Healthchecks upon Connection. Added support for healthchecks on connect rather than at creation.
  • More Info Printed for sdm config. Updated the sdm config CLI command to print organization ID and User ID information about the logged-in User.

Fixed

  • Error When Deleting User in Admin UI. Fixed an issue where deleting an account from the Users page of the Admin UI showed an error until the page was refreshed.
  • 409 Showing Incorrect Error Message. Fixed the 409 Conflict error message to include the correct server message in the Admin UI.
  • Generic SCIM Provider Not Displaying. Added Generic as a SCIM provider option in the Admin UI’s Provisioning settings.
  • Users Page Showing Parent Admins. Fixed a bug where “Admin, Parent” Users would appear on a child organization’s Users page in the Admin UI.
  • Tag Values Not Accepting Commas. Fixed the way that the Admin UI handles Tag values, so that you can use commas in Tag values.
  • Long Emails Not Validating on Login. Fixed email validation on login to the Admin UI for very long domains.
  • Welcome Screen Taking Too Long to Load. Fixed a bug where the Welcome screen of the Admin UI hung up in the loading state.
  • Resources Not Sorted Alphabetically. Fixed a bug where the Resource type list in the Admin UI was no longer alphabetically sorted.
  • Incorrect Role Hover Styling. Corrected the hover styling on Role rows in the Set Roles modal of the Admin UI for all browsers.
  • Deleted Resources Still Counted as Resources. Fixed a bug where deleted Resources were included in the Resource count in the Admin UI.
  • Private Keys Not Being Validated. Fixed a bug in the Admin UI where the Private Key field was not being validated on Resources of the SSH (Customer Managed Key) type.
  • Incorrect Tooltip Formatting. Fixed tooltip formatting in the Admin UI.
  • Broken Date Format. Fixed a bug where the date format was broken in Firefox.
  • Port Numbers Not Showing. Fixed a bug where port numbers did not appear in category headers when port overrides were disabled.
  • Read-Only Public Keys. Ensured that the public key field is read-only on SSH read-only certificates.
  • Some Users Loading SCIM Info Without Permission. Prevented an error where Database Administrators and Users could attempt to load SCIM information they were not permitted to load.
  • SCIM Token Rotation Now Updates Timestamps. Fixed an issue so that rotating a SCIM token updates the created at, last activity at, and heartbeat timestamps.
  • CLI Not Showing Commands or Listing Certain Instances. Fixed a bug where the CLI would not show some commands for or fail to list Azure Key Vault Secret Store instances.
  • GUI Crash When Pruning Logs. Fixed a crash in the GUI related to pruning very old log files.
  • Access Rule Assignment Fixed an issue where the SDKs only allowed up to 9, not 10, access rules to be assigned to a Role.
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