Okta Advanced Server Access 1.45.4 is now available. This release includes bug fixes.
- When using client trust forwarding, a panic could occur, causing the client to crash. (OKTA-312023)
Okta Advanced Server Access 1.45.3 is now available. This release includes bug fixes.
- When used on a client not enrolled in any teams, the output from the 'sft resolve -q' command wasn't quiet.
- When running numerous 'sft' commands in parallel, it was possible to corrupt the internal 'known_hosts' file, which led to subsequent connection errors. (OKTA-292731)
- The SecureCRT ssh client couldn't connect to servers when using the 'ProxyCommand' option. (OKTA-259170)
- Remote desktop protocol sessions weren't closed when a user was deactivated or deleted. (OKTA-294736)
OktaAdvanced Server Access 1.44.6 is now available. This release includes bug fixes, and updated documentation.
- The Linux agent had an issue where some user group memberships were not correctly added.
- The macOS client now supports Royal TSX for RDP.
- The title bar of the Windows RDP client now displays the destination hostname.
- ssh_config now supports true and false for Boolean SSH configurations, in addition to yes and no.
- The unix client can update customer user attributes, including shell, home directory, and account comment.
- The RSA certificate ID part of SSH logs is now parsed.
- The macOS client had a pathing issue in sft list-servers-rjson
- When multiple login attempts were made concurrently from the command line, the system didn't wait for the first to complete.
- When sudo entitlements were renamed on unix, there was an issue.
- Improved error handling when loading TLS certificates.
- File permissions on sshd_config were sometimes altered when changing the file.
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- Reduced event hook logging.
- When migrating a server to a different project, there were sometimes user sync issues.