Hello everyone! Here are the release notes for the most recent updates we’ve made to Duo.
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New and updated applications
- Colorized the output of the connectivity tool when run interactively for better readability.
- Improvements and additions to the connectivity tool configuration and validation checks, including validation of dependencies across sections.
- The connectivity tool now uses your configured http_proxy_host to test connections.
- Improved logging for security and debugging purposes.
New features, enhancements, and other improvements
Duo policy engine now recognizes Chrome OS and Chrome browser beta versions
- Beta versions of Chrome OS and Chrome browser are now recognized by the Duo policy engine.
- Current beta versions will be marked as up-to-date, even if the released beta version number is behind the released stable version number.
- In the Duo Admin Panel, when you attempt to manually create or modify a username that already exists in the trash, an error message that indicates that that username is present in the trash and contains a link to the trash will appear.
- Fixed the appearance of read-only fields on application properties pages in the Duo Admin Panel for Duo Administrator roles that are read-only. Previously, the “fields” for the integration key and API hostname were not appearing as intended.
- Streamlined the Accounts page in the Duo Admin Panel for better performance.
- Removed administrator counts, application counts, and sorting of the accounts table. This yielded a significant improvement to page load time.
- The Device Insight Report now links over to the Endpoints Table, respecting the filters of the report.