4. Release Notes

Minimum OS versions for MetaAccess Agents are Windows 7, Windows Server 2008, and macOS Mavericks (10.9). Prior OS versions are not supported

Windows 7 and Windows Server 2008 devices must install KB2533623 and KB3033929 in order to upgrade to the latest version

Release Date: October 22, 2019

Console Version: 2.4.2

Agent Release Version:

  • Windows persistent agent: 7.6.253.0

  • Windows On-demand agent: 7.3.442.0

  • macOS persistent agent: 10.4.243.0

  • macOS on-demand agent: 10.5.178.0

  • Debian-based Linux persistent agent: 15.4.4.0

  • Readhat-based Linux persistent agent: 15.6.1.0

Release Updates

MetaAccess Cloud

1. Administrators can now perform an on demand compliance check on devices from the management console

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2. Added new APIs:

3. Administrators can now monitor progress of an on demand threat scan from the management console

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4. Bugs fixed

  • Device Details API didn't return data for some categories such as Unclassified applications, detected patches, mobile apps

  • The last reboot time of a mobile device was not shown correctly

  • Installed applications on Linux devices were not listed on the Applications inventor

5. Minor enhancement

  • Remove OPSWAT Client SDK on "Add Devices" popup

  • Enhanced log in workflow to require a user to opt-in to MetaAccess Privacy Policies if they have not done so

OPSWAT Client

Windows Persistent Client (7.6.xx.0)

1. Reported threat scan progress to the server

2. Supported an on demand compliance check from the server

3. Users can now monitor a threat scan progress on the tray icon

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4. Updated built-in SDK signature: 4.3.933.0

Known issues:

- Windows 7 and Windows Server 2008 devices must install KB2533623 and KB3033929 in order to upgrade to the latest version

- If a user exits the agent tray icon, the agent can’t popup approved actions when a user inserts a portable media

- A user needs to enable Show Notifications on the agent tray icon to see notifications about portable media

- The agent has not supported portable media feature if user 2 logs into a device while user 1 is still logged in

- OPSWAT Client does not support iTunes drive. If a user inserts an iOS device on an endpoint which has iTunes installed, the user will still have access to the phone via iTunes

- OPSWAT Client can't detect mobile devices, the user needs to unplug and plug in the mobile device again

Windows On-demand Agent (7.3.xx.0)

1. Reported threat scan progress to the server

2. Users can now monitor a threat scan progress on the tray icon

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3. Bugs fixed:

  • A user couldn't view a remediation page if the device is compliant

4. Updated built-in SDK signature: 4.3.933.0

macOS Persistent Agent (10.4.xx.0)

1. Reported threat scan progress to the server

2. Supported an on demand compliance check from the server

3. Users can now monitor a threat scan progress on the tray icon

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4. Updated built-in SDK signature: 4.3.865.0

macOS on-demand Agent (10.5.xx.0)

1. Reported threat scan progress to the server

2. Users can now monitor a threat scan progress on the tray icon

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3. Updated built-in SDK signature: 4.3.865.0

Redhat-based Linux persistent Agent (15.6.3.0)

  1. Bugs fixed

    1. A user couldn't use sudo command after running the client for a while

  2. Built-in SDK signature: 4.3.758.0

Known issues:

  • To upgrade to this version from version 15.x.y.1/14.x.y.0, a user needs to uninstall old Linux agent version and reinstall this version

  • The agent doesn't have UI/tray icon, the agent only supports command line

Debian-based Linux persistent Agent (15.4.6.0)

  1. Bugs fixed

    1. A user couldn't use sudo command after running the client for a while

  2. Built-in SDK signature: OESIS 4.3.758.0

Known issues:

  • To upgrade to this version from version 15.x.y.1/14.x.y.0, a user needs to uninstall old Linux agent version and reinstall this version

  • The agent doesn't have UI/tray icon, the agent only supports command line