Hello everyone! Here are the release notes for the most recent updates we’ve made to Duo.
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New features, enhancements, and other improvements
New Device Insight Report selectable tabs
- The Device Insight report now features selectable tabs for Trusted Endpoints and Non-Trusted Endpoints to give you a more in-depth look into your devices.
Added summary message to all operating system policy options
- All operating system policies in the Policy Editor will now display a summary message to the right describing their effect. Previously, only granular software policies (iOS, Mac, Android, Windows) had summary text.
Duo Admin Panel verbiage update
- All instances of “U2F Tokens” and “WebAuthn Credentials” in the Duo Admin Panel have been replaced with “Security Keys.” This includes:
- The 2FA Devices page.
- All reports and the Authentication Log.
New and updated applications
- The Duo Certifier is an optional software component you can install on your macOS managed systems to assist with identification and reporting of Duo trusted endpoints. We recommend use of the Duo Certifier if your macOS systems have issues reporting trusted status to Duo, whether via web browsers or third-party client applications which feature Duo authentication. You can install the Duo Certifier manually on individual systems, or deploy it using your regular software management system.
- Added support for larger headers from protected web applications.