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Cloud Access Manager 8.1.4 - Release Notes

Resolved issues

The following is a list of issues addressed in this release.

Table 2: General resolved issues
Resolved Issue Issue ID
Federated Templates create Audience/SP Identity/IDP Realm with 'urn:' 634082
Typo in customization instructions for changing logos. 668608

Chrome support on iOS 10/11.


Can't save IDP initiated proxied SAML app in configuration.


Cloud Access Manager does not support Azure AD Groups.


Accented characters not displaying correctly from language file.


Account lockout friendly message is never displayed.


WsFed app will add trailing slash to wtrealm and fail.


Outlook Web App 2013 set automatic replies error.


Requests to API fail.


When a URL contains a hash Cloud Access Manager does not redirect to the full URL after login.


OAuth redirect URI check should be case insensitive for hostname.


Known issues

The following is a list of issues, including those attributed to third-party products, known to exist at the time of release.

Table 3: General known issues
Known Issue Issue ID
Error when using LinkedIn Social Authenticator. 786974

If you delete a Starling organization while it is joined to Cloud Access Manager then you will not be able to unjoin from within Cloud Access Manager. Make sure you unjoin from within Cloud Access Manager before deleting an associated Starling organization.


System requirements

Before installing Cloud Access Manager 8.1.4, ensure that your system meets the 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.

Product licensing

To activate either a trial or a purchased commercial license

  1. Copy the license file to a machine where a Cloud Access Manager STS instance is installed.
  2. On the same machine, click the desktop shortcut Cloud Access Manager Administration (fallback login) to log into Cloud Access Manager as a fallback administrator.
  3. Click the Licensing link.
  4. Click the Upload License button.
  5. Select the license file.
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