PGP Universal Server 3.1.x - Resolved Issues

Article:TECH149188  |  Created: 2008-07-11  |  Updated: 2013-06-03  |  Article URL
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This article details a list of resolved issues in PGP Universal Server 3.1.x.


PGP Universal Server 3.1.2

  • Resolved an issue in client connection management that could result in the incorrect association of clients, devices, and keys. [27758]


PGP Universal Server 3.1.0

  • 64-bit OS installations are now correctly identified in the Computer Information page in the PGP Universal Server administrative interface. [25422]
  • When configuring a Consumer Policy, and specifying drives to be blacklisted with PGP NetShare, the PGP NetShare policy is now applied correctly regardless of the order in which the drives are specified. [25755]
  • Added support for an advanced preference that suppresses the auto-encrypt functionality in PGP WDE for Windows after a boot disk has been fully decrypted after enrollment. To enable auto-encrypt boot disk suppression, set noAutoEncryptAfterSetupAssistant as a Boolean value to true. [26441]
  • Recovery partitions are no longer reported as unencrypted partitions to the PGP Universal Server. [26662]
  • Enrollment no longer fails when there is a WDE-only license and SKM is the only allowed key mode. [26764]
  • When configuring disk encryption to an administrator passphrase, the text no longer specifies Windows only. [26944]
  • When mail policy is "standalone," and the user chooses to override the default policy, the user's choice now takes effect correctly. [26992]
  • External users are no longer counted when determining how many user licenses have been consumed. [27994]
  • .P7S signature files that are not related to the email to which they are attached no longer trigger the exception mail policy chain. [27996]
  • Validation of relative URLs has been improved to prevent redirects to pages outside of the PGP Universal Server. [28285]
  • Improved the security of password handling when using PGP WDE with Windows single sign-on. For more information, see the following Support article . [26880]


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