Duo Release Notes for January 8, 2021

Hello everyone! Here are the release notes for the most recent updates we’ve made to Duo.

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What’s in this release?

New features, enhancements, and other improvements

New and updated applications

Bug fixes

See all bug fixes


New features, enhancements, and other improvements

Added options to make it easier to configure Duo Single Sign-On

New and updated applications

Duo Access Gateway version 1.5.11 released

  • Duo Access Gateway version 1.5.11 for Windows and Linux was released December 15 and then rolled back due to reported upgrade issues. A new DAG version will be released to resolve these issues.

Duo Mobile for Android version 3.44.0 released

  • Various behind-the-scenes improvements and minor bug fixes to improve the authentication experience.

Duo Device Health application for macOS version 2.9.1.0 released

  • Fixed detection of CrowdStrike Falcon Sensor.

Bug fixes

  • Fixed a bug that prevented customers with active trial accounts from changing their plan details.
  • Retired the banner message on the Add Administrator page in the Duo Admin Panel alerting administrators to the recently updated administrator provisioning process.
  • Fixed the Chrome settings icon displayed in the “Chrome is out of date” message that appears in the Duo Prompt when a browser policy is triggered.
  • Updated instructions in the Admin Panel for the SCEP certificate setup on Windows and iOS when configuring Trusted Endpoints with Microsoft Intune. The instructions now provide more clear directions on how to set the Subject Alternative Name values for Email and User Principal Name.
  • Added a note in the Admin Panel on configuration pages for Trusted Endpoints integrations on Windows alerting administrators that Trusted Endpoint settings can cause a conflict when using Internet Explorer and thick applications in conjunction with Duo Single Sign-On. Refer to this Duo Knowledge Base article for more information.
  • Fixed a bug with operating systems policy that incorrectly categorized all sub-version (dot) releases of macOS 11 as “Up to date” instead of only the latest version.
  • Fixed an issue where the Accounts API was labeled incorrectly as the Admin API in the Administrator column in the Administrator Actions report in the Admin Panel.