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All releases of RCDevs WebADM

  •  11 Jun 2014 10:11
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    Release Notes: This major version update includes a lot of new features and enhancements including hardware encryption with YubiHSM, improved clustering support, and paged LDAP results for large deployments. Freeware usage has been extended to 40 users.

    •  27 Sep 2013 16:39
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      Release Notes: This release includes many fixes and new features. It includes better support for ActiveDirectory, Hardware Token Inventories, big performance and cryptographic improvements, better key management, client policies, geolocations, WebApps for mobiles, and much more. It is now free for 35 users.

      •  02 Jan 2013 10:05
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        Release Notes: This version includes many new features such as geolocalisation, IP location-based policies, and enhanced user data encryption. There are some bugfixes.

        •  22 Jul 2012 14:38
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          Release Notes: An LDAP connection failover problem with TLS was fixed. A Unicode bug introduced in 1.2.1-1 was fixed. The user data encryption system was enhanced. Several emails can be set for 'alert_email' in webadm.conf. HTTPd logs are prefixed with the app name and session ID for Admin and Manager logs. Functions were added to the Manager interface: 'Get_QRCode' and 'Get_Random_bytes'. QR Codes can be generated in GIF, PNG and JPEG formats. Syslog support was added. POSIX groups are supported (with memberUid). The group_mode ('disabled') can be used in webadm.conf to disable the group support.

          •  05 Mar 2012 12:57
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            Release Notes: This major release introduces the WebADM Remote Manager Interface. The Manager provides a simple Json-RPC interface allowing remote access to WebADM internal management features and to the operations provided by the registered applications. The remote functions are performed by sending RPC commands to the Manager URL. The release also includes many interface enhancements for Admin and WebApps. The 1.2 branch is certified compliant with PCI DSS and other regulatory requirements.

            •  05 Feb 2012 16:21
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              Release Notes: An option was added to allow other admins to access the user data unencrypted. Links were added to access user logs directly from the user editor. The remote connections' failover system was enhanced. ODBC issues with PostgreSQL were fixed. A user copy issue with RCDevs Directory was fixed. A menu entry with Clustered servers with the possibility to jump to other cluster servers. The distributed configuration's system for cluster was enhanced. Enhancements were made in the licensing subsystem and the in the PKI subsystem. Several enhancements were made in the Admin portal.

              •  25 Sep 2011 19:25
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                Release Notes: The settings super_admins and other_admins can now contain a list of LDAP groups of users. LDAP MountPoints can be set up with multiple LDAP servers for redundancy. SMTP mail server(s) can now be configured in conf/servers.xml. SSHA password encoding support has been added for LDAP passwords. Some problems have been fixed.

                •  03 May 2011 08:46
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                  Release Notes: This release fixed an issue with LDAP DNs containing special characters and a display bug in the user application settings editor. An Alert SQL log was added (please update your conf/database.conf file). WebApp user sessions are now fully encrypted in the session manager. Sensitive configurations are now encrypted in the local shared memory cache. Status of LDAP configurations was added to the home page. A log file viewer was added for HTTPd and SOAPd logs (in the Database menu). WebADM Client objects support was added for Trust Domains. The display of WebApps and Web Services was ordered.

                  •  24 Feb 2011 15:13
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                    Release Notes: Client application policies were introduced. When a client is defined, any request from the corresponding client application (such as a VPN server with matching client ID), will obey the defined client policy. You can restrict users able to use the client application with allowed and excluded group lists. And you can define some Web Service settings that will always be enforced for the client. For example, you can direct the VPN to authenticate users with LDAP+OTP passwords and Token, whatever policy is defined for the user.

                    •  31 Jan 2011 09:24
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                      Release Notes: Support was added for RCDevs Directory Server (an OpenLDAP-based LDAP server). The server automatic failover system was enhanced. Setup in slave node mode (for cluster setup) was added. The freeware license is now limited to 25 users instead of 15.

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