The following is a list of issues resolved in this hotfix.
|Resolved Issue||Defect ID|
|When you configure Password Manager to use a custom port for communication between the Password Manager Service and web sites, the following issue may occur: After the Password Manager Service is restarted, the port is detected as busy, no related errors are displayed on the Administration site, and the product behavior is incorrect.||371211|
|The User status statistics scheduled task may fail with the following error written to the log: "The server does not support the requested critical extension."||420384|
|When the size of Password Manager storage in Active Directory is substantially reduced, the replication scheduled task may stop unexpectedly and the following error is written to the log: "System.FormatException: The input is not a valid Base-64 string as it contains a non-base 64 character, more than two padding characters, or an illegal character among the padding characters."||429997|
|In case of large user scope along with insufficient amount of RAM, the Password Manager Service may stop unexpectedly (crash) when running a scheduled task. A symptom of the issue is an error event that reports an "out of memory" error condition in the Event Log.||434074|
|Password Manager for AD LDS fails to list the AD LDS users that are included in the user scope.||447568|
|The Manage My Passwords workflow may fail with the following error: "System.Web.Mvc.HttpAntiForgeryException (0x80004005): The required anti-forgery form field "__RequestVerificationToken" is not present."||451369|
|Password Manager fails to list the users that are included in the user scope by group nesting. As a result, when you add, say, group A to group B, and then add group B to the user scope in Password Manager, the member users of group A are missing from the user scope.||451416|
Please download the hotfix here, and install it according to the instructions below.