New Product Version Release
One Identity Safeguard for Privileged Sessions 5.8.0
One Identity is excited to announce a new version of One Identity Safeguard for Privileged Sessions is now available.
Look what's new:
- Central search across clusters: adds the possibility to search all session data recorded by all notes in the cluster on a single node
- Detecting script usage with Privileged Analytics: it is now possible to detect user accounts that show highly periodic and repetitive behavior that is likely the result of scripted activity
- Credential store support for the TN3270 protocol: Safeguard for Privileged Sessions can now be configured to check out passwords and play them in during a connection using the TN3270 protocol
- Integrate with One Identity Total Privileged Access Management (TPAM): to checkout passwords and inject into sessions without showing the password to the user
- SSH daemon log ingestion: send event logs from SSHD services and the login and logout events will be processed to be shown as sessions alongside the recordings made by SPS
- If upgrading from 5.3.x (5 F3) or earlier, update your external indexers and the Desktop Player.
- It is no longer possible to install Safeguard for Privileged Sessions on hardware with less than 4 GB RAM. At least 8 GB is strongly recommended in production use.
- Database upgrade after first startup when upgrading from 5.3.x (5 F3) or earlier will run in the background and can run for several hours.
- Depreciation: Screen content search will not be available for sessions indexed by the old Audit Player.
- Pyramid hardware is not supported since version 5.1.0 (5 F1). Do not install 5.7.0 if you are running on Pyramid hardware.
- LDAP/AD group membership evaluation changes: a user's group membership is determined by querying only the relevant groups configured for the connection from the LDAP/AD server, instead of getting all groups of a given user. See details and possible workarounds here.
If you need assistance with upgrading One Identity Safeguard for Privileged Sessions or ensuring your solution is running optimally, please engage our One Identity Services team. If you need additional services, please visit our One Identity Safeguard for Privileged Sessions Services page.
One Identity Safeguard for Privileged Sessions 5.6.x is now in
limited support. To determine the current support phase of your product, please
refer to the One Identity Safeguard for Privileged Sessions Life Cycle table.
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