Following the recent release of user permissions for Patch Management and Managed Antivirus policies, we’re pleased to let you know that the same option is now available for Take Control and Web Protection policies as well.
Now you’re able to give end-client users secure access to those feature policies, so they can manage more of their day-to-day activities in co-managed IT environments. For more details on how to turn on feature policy permissions for users, check out this previous post.
Summary for Release
– Service release with feature policy permissions update
– RMM Console v2020.08.06
– No agent update
RMM Console v2020.08.06
FEATURE: Provide selected access to Take Control and Web Protection policies with new feature policy permissions
Patch Management Engine v1.2.7
UPDATE: Replace System.Runtime.Caching.MemoryCache with a new cache implementation
BUGFIX: Address failing installation of older Windows Server 2016 cumulative updates
BUGFIX: Update to ensure patches are uninstalled when displaying error code 87