Hello everyone! Here are the release notes for the most recent updates we’ve made to Duo.
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Note that, as announced in February, we are dropping support for accessing the Admin Panel via Internet Explorer 9 and 10. Users accessing the Admin Panel from these browsers will see a deprecation warning.
Features, enhancements, and other improvements
- The dashboard for phishing campaigns in the Admin Panel now updates in real time.
- Phishing campaigns can now be renamed directly from their page in the Admin Panel.
ChromeOS has been added to the policy builder. Admins can now allow or block ChromeOS devices via policy. ChromeOS used to be contained under “Other Operating Systems.”
- We have changed how certain software is classified by our service. This impacts how some are affected by policy controls and how others are displayed in the Authentication Log, Endpoint List, and Device Detail page in the Admin Panel.
- Policy changes: For example, Slack and other Electron-based apps were previously reported as Chrome. They are now reported as Electron and will be blocked by a “Block Other Browser” policy. Further, Slack would previously be remediated using Chrome’s version. Now it will not be remediated. The following is the complete list of updated classifications that affect policy controls:
- Authentication Log, Endpoint List, and Device Detail changes:
- Duo Access is now able to recognize and differentiate iOS Apps running Safari WebViews.
- Fixed an issue where admins were not able to change the sorting on the users table when the Inactive Users bar was selected.
- Replaced the very old Windows store image seen in the Self-Service Portal during enrollment.