Evaluation of UMS Permissions
UMS Web App (Early Feature Set)
A web-based interface has been added. The UMS Web App is activated in the UMS installer during the installation or update procedure. For detailed information, see UMS Web App.
In the UMS Administrator, the list of available cipher suites has been reduced. See "The List of Default Cipher Suites" under Settings.
Support for JKS Keystores
The import of keystore files supports now also JKS keystores. For the list of supported keystore types, see Certificate Management.
A dash "-", which was previously added automatically between the prefix and the consecutive number, is now optional and editable under UMS Administration > Global Configuration > Device Network Settings > Naming Convention > Prefix. See Device Network Settings.
UMS HA Health Check
A tool for an overall check of the High Availability environment has been added. For details, see UMS HA Health Check.
UMS Installer Sets Exceptions for Windows Firewall
The UMS installer has the capability to set exceptions to a Windows firewall during installation; see IGEL UMS Installation under Windows.
UMS Can Be Installed on Amazon Linux 2
For details on preparing an Amazon Linux 2 machine (on-premises or cloud), see the how-to Preparing Amazon Linux 2 for UMS Installation.
Notification on Amount of Available Licenses
The UMS can create a notification if the amount of available licenses is below a configurable limit; see Misc Settings.
UMS Can Connect to a Microsoft SQL Database via Active Directory
For instructions, see the how-to Connecting the UMS to an SQL Server via Active Directory.