N-able RMM: New Column for Agent Version, Improved Add Device Wizard

Here are the release notes for this week’s RMM update, which is expected to be available to all partners by middle of the week:


Quickly See the Agent Version
with a New North Pane Column

We’re adding a new column to RMM’s north pane so you can more easily see which agent versions your devices are on. It’s important to stay up to date with RMM’s GA Agent release cycles so that your devices support the latest RMM features, enhancements and bug fixes.

To see the agent version info, click ‘Columns’ then select ‘Agent Version’ to show the column in the north pane.

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Set Proxy Server Details with the ‘Add Device’ Wizard *

* Note: due to a technical issue this update has not yet been released, and is now expected to be available in the first week of July.

We will shortly be adding the option for you to set Proxy Server details when adding a device via the ‘Add Device’ wizard, which is available from the widget dashboard and from the monitored devices view.

This easy-to-use 2-step wizard creates a ‘remote worker’ type agent installation package that you can run on any devices that you want to add to a particular client and site.

Summary for Service Release
– Agent version column, set Proxy Server details in Add Device wizard
– RMM Console v2021.06.14
– No agent change

RMM Console v2021.06.14
UPDATE: Agent version column for north pane
UPDATE: Set proxy server details in the Add Device wizard
UPDATE: Improved Patch Status check logic to ensure common self-resolving errors will not cause the Patch Status Check to fail
BUGFIX: Resolved browser related issue affecting access to NetPath and Asset Tracking
BUGFIX: Fixed bug where Patch Status check showed failed after successful scan
BUGFIX: Resolve issue with commands getting stuck in queue for iOS mobile devices

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