Passportal has released an update to our document importer providing our partners visibility into where all errors occurred during their portal import. This table will show you exactly where in each csv the errors occurred preventing that credential/documentation piece from importing.
By narrowing down exactly where the error occurred our partners can now go back into the source document to update the value and try the import again. This table will appear after every import to provide the visibility needed to get all required documentation imported.
Version 2 of this, slated to be released in early Q3, will add additional functionality providing users with the ability to download a zip of just the errored files for an even easier update and fix. Watch these release notes for the announcement of its release.
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 Versionwith 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.
We’re pleased to announce that N-able™ Backup Release 21.6 is now available, bringing extended data retention to Microsoft 365™ OneDrive® and SharePoint®, further improvements to the restore speed of OneDrive and Exchange™, and advance notice of coming operational email address changes.
Please be advised we will be pushing an update to activated N-central servers as of Wednesday June 16th for AV Defender (220.127.116.110). This will be available for updates at this time. Release Notes will be available on the Community Resource Center following publication.
Passportal strives to discover potential vulnerabilities or weaknesses in our products and work to eliminate the risk of bad actors successfully exploiting such vulnerabilities.
After a close internal analysis of the Azure® and Microsoft 365™ sync feature that allows you to store and push password changes to Azure AD and Microsoft 365 synced accounts, we have categorized this as a potential vulnerability. To mitigate security risks, we have decided to temporarily discontinue the feature.
We’re currently working to reengineer and relaunch this feature.
We apologize for the inconvenience this creates. Additionally, we will continue to keep you updated.
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