Release Notes: This beta release added On-Demand Reporting, Centralized Backup Management, and ACC Notifications. It also updates the GUI "Look and Feel" to the ASG V8 Technology Platform.
Release Notes: This is purely a maintenance release designed to enhance the stability and reliability of your Astaro Command Center installation.
Release Notes: This Up2Date will address the Y2K38 UNIX time issue, which was previously solved and distributed for ASG.
Release Notes: This major release adds features like global configuration of Packet Filter rules and Web Security settings and profiles, auto deployment of Definitions, new global Definition Types and Object Merge Granularity Options.
Release Notes: This release candidate of the upcoming version of ACC 2.2 includes some fixes for bugs and cosmetic issues.
Release Notes: This is the first public beta of 2.2. It adds Central Web Security Configuration including Filter Actions, URL Categories, Exceptions, and Proxy Auto-Configuration, Central Packet-Filter Configuration, Auto-Deployment of global definitions based on Organizational Unit, and the new global definition types time events and IPsec policies. For full use of the new functionality, you need either ASL V8 Beta 7.920+ or V7.506+. However, all older functions are fully backwards compatible and operational with ASG V7.5+.
Release Notes: A new Global Definitions feature allowing Network and Service objects to be defined and then pushed to multiple Astaro installations instantly was added. The administrator can push, update, revoke, and work with them in dozens of ways, even sharing objects between separated companies managed by the same ACC installation. There is a new Organizational Unit structure that allows the same ACC installation to manage different companies, as well as a new central reporting and aggregation section, and even combine reports from multiple devices.The ACC Worldmap has new features and visuals.
Release Notes: This BETA version of the upcoming version 2.1 adds the ability to centrally define and use objects like Network and Service definitions. Improvements were made in multi-user/multi-device operations. A totally new aggregated reporting ability was added, which collects and displays reports from single or multiple installations. Some bugs were fixed. Many usability and monitoring improvements were made across the ACC GUI. As usual, there is a testing rewards challenge running on the User Board for this BETA as well.
Release Notes: This version introduces the major new ability to configure, manage, and monitor IPSEC tunnels entirely within ACC itself. By providing a centralized location from which to work with and deploy VPN tunnels between Astaro installations, administrators can save management time and automate many of the tasks involved in successfully linking sites together with encrypted links.
Release Notes: This Up2Date is a bugfix and progression release based on the feedback of Astaro's testing community.