5. Release Notes

7.1.1 OPSWAT Central Management release

August 15, 2019

OPSWAT Central Management V7 (OCMv7), a newest version of the series, streamlines the product central configuration and added OPSWAT Client management to further enhance the security stance of organizations to protect against risky devices.

Built-in OPSWAT Client

Windows Persistent Agent 7.6.248.0

  • Supported MetaDefender Core Load-Balancer Layer 7

  • Built-in SDK 4.3.771.0

Windows On-demand Agent 7.3.443.0

  • Built-in SDK 4.3.771.0

macOS Persistent Agent 10.4.244.0

  • Supported MetaDefender Core Load-Balancer Layer 7

  • Built-in SDK 4.3.631.0

macOS On-demand Agent 10.5.179.0

  • Built-in SDK 4.3.631.0

Enhancements

Added a mechanism to handle high load

When a server is under high load, the server will communicate to clients to slow down sending requests to the server.

Updated the software requirement to JRE instead of JDK

The installer now only requires Java SE Runtime instead of Java SE Development Kit. When the system runs, it will look for JRE_HOME enviroment variable instead of JAVA_HOME enviroment varibale.

Note: If you upgrade to this version, make sure that you set value for JRE_HOME enviroment variable

Bugs Fixed

Could not re-install OCMv7 if the system has not done remote install a product when an admin uninstalls OCMv7

If an admin had performed a remote installation for a product such as Kiosk, Core and it had not done when the admin uninstalled OCMv7. The OCMv7.1.0 couldn't be re-installed. With version 7.1.1, this issue has been fixed

The console was not opened with the default browser

Now, the console will be opened on the default browser if a user clicks on Go To menu on the tray icon