Cloud Access Manager 8.1.3
Cloud Access Manager 8.1.3
These release notes provide information about the Cloud Access Manager release.
About this release
Cloud Access Manager delivers real productivity gains to your end users, while minimizing the effort needed to control access to your on-premise applications and cloud service accounts. Cloud Access Manager offers:
- Password wallet and identity federation functions that provide your users with the convenience of single sign-on to all applications, whether they run on your private network or in the public cloud.
- Web access management functionality using its web proxy technology, allowing you to expose your internal web applications securely to external users.
- An easy-to-use customizable application portal that provides your users with a convenient launchpad, allowing them to see and navigate to the applications they have access to.
- Identity federation with home realm discovery that allows you to grant access to users in other forests within your own organization and in other external organizations.
- For extra security you can configure Cloud Access Manager to require two-factor authentication for external users, or to protect sensitive applications.
- Just-in-time provisioning which means that your users get access to the applications they need when they need them and not before, giving you cost savings in license seats, while at the same time reducing the administrative burden of application account provisioning.
- vWorkspace integration to seamlessly bring application virtualization to the Cloud Access Manager environment, allowing vWorkspace application links to be displayed in the application portal, along with other web applications.
- High availability deployment options for continuity of service and scalability to millions of users.
- The Security Analytics Engine enabling access control rules based on a risk score calculated using a combination of different security information streams.
Cloud Access Manager 8.1.3 is a minor release, with no new functionality.
|IMPORTANT: This release of Cloud Access Manager is for new installations only.|
New features in Cloud Access Manager 8.1.3:
- Cloud Access Manager has been rebranded to One Identity
- Allow user to continue when prompted with incompatibility warning
The following is a list of issues, including those attributed to third-party products, known to exist at the time of release.
Table 1: General known issues
|Potential issue with de-provisioning users from Office 365 from the Admin UI.
|Account lockout friendly message is never displayed.
|RADIUS OTP entry not obscured when not using challenge/response server option.
|Maintenance mode causes ‘too many redirects’ error.
|Installation in proof-of-concept mode to a non-standard folder fails.
|Office 365 provisioning and user mapping fails when subject is not a GUID.
Before installing Cloud Access Manager 8.1.3, ensure that your system meets the following minimum hardware and software requirements.
To see the full recommended hardware and software requirements, please refer to the One Identity Cloud Access Manager Installation Guide and the One Identity Cloud Access Manager Security and Best Practice Guide.