New Hotfix Released v11.6 build 130711s

The following issues have been addressed in a Cumulative HotFix for FootPrints Asset Core 11.6: TIA06666 – LDAP Synchronization can cause duplicated records in some environments. This was addressed in the 130711s update.
TIA06664 – Hotfix installation on Linux does not correctly stop installation if the wrong version is being applied. This was addressed in the 130711s update.
TIA06661 – Asset Discovery hangs when pulling SNMP information from some devices. This was addressed in the 130711s update.
TIA06657 – Service packs will not install if the patch group is not set to force installation. This was addressed in the 130711s update.
TIA06659 – Remote Control with user acknowledgement does not work if Terminal Server service is not running on the target device. This was addressed in the 130711s update.
TIA06665 – Packages can be published by users with insufficient rights. This was addressed in the 130711s update.
TIA06379 – Asset Discovery scans do not retrieve the expected inventory data from AIX systems. This was addressed in the 130711s update.
TIA06660 – The record count shown at the bottom of the console window is incorrect when previewing free query results. This was addressed in the 130711s update.
TIA06701 – Some combinations of unique identifier criteria cause agents to re-generate their unique identifiers repeatedly. This was addressed in the 130711s update.
TIA06702 – Request to increase the maximum allowed value for the patch reboot timers. This was addressed in the 130711s update.
TIA06703 – Administrator accounts which use System authentication may become locked out after one failed login attempt. This was addressed in the 130711s update.
TIA06704 – Virtual machines with an active VPN connection may be detected as physical devices. This was addressed in the 130711s update.
TIA06705 – The values for the ‘Others’ count within the homepage charts are incorrect. This was addressed in the 130711s update.
TIA06706 – Identity data from some Linux systems can be generated incorrectly. This was addressed in the 130711s update.

2013-08-02T13:30:11+00:00August 2nd, 2013|FPAC|