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
Duo Device Health Application released
- The Duo Device Health application gives organizations more control over which laptop and desktop devices can access corporate applications based on the security posture of the device. It also empowers end-users to proactively keep their devices updated and healthy.
- Duo Access and Duo Beyond customers have access to this new feature.
- Learn more about the Device Health Application in the documentation or watch the introductory video below.
Duo Mobile for Android 3.30.0 released
- Miscellaneous bug fixes and improvements for increased stability.
Duo Mobile for iOS 3.31.0 released
- Minor bug fixes and improvements.
- A floating header with a “Save” button has been added to Azure Active Directory Sync pages in the Duo Admin Panel.
- Custom attribute fields on Azure Active Directory sync pages are now wider and can show extension-style attributes without needing to scroll.
- To utilize improvements like custom attributes for Azure Active Directory sync along with faster and more efficient full directory and individual user syncs, upgrade to the new version of Azure Active Directory sync today.
- The model of a phone is now included in responses from our Admin API. In addition, the manufacturer of a phone is now listed in CSV exports from the Admin Panel.
- The Azure Active Directory sync UI in the Duo Admin Panel interface now more clearly explains that the username attribute cannot be changed if synced users exist for a directory, and that downgrading from the updated sync to the legacy sync is disallowed if this is the case.
- Fixed a bug where Safari on iPad OS was being detected as desktop Safari and and would have the wrong browser policy enforced.
- Fixed a bug where the directory name would be blank instead of defaulting correctly when setting up a new Azure Active Directory sync.
- Fixed a Duo Unix bug with a date time error when downloading Duo Unix on newer Debian and Ubuntu distributions.
- Fixed a Duo Unix bug to add RHEL 8 packages (as opposed to RHEL 8Server, 8Client, and 8Workstation).
- We recently updated the GPG key used to sign Duo Unix distribution packages. If you continue to have issues with any of these packages (or the issue described in the preceding bullet point), try updating your GPG key.