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cloudappliance:applupdatev1808 [2019_02_22 17:20]
smeadmin [Service Pack 1808.02]
cloudappliance:applupdatev1808 [2019_02_22 21:43] (current)
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    * [SME-4497] - Under certain conditions, logging in to the File Fabric via desktop tools was not possible if a SAML based authentication system had been used.    * [SME-4497] - Under certain conditions, logging in to the File Fabric via desktop tools was not possible if a SAML based authentication system had been used.
-   * [SME-4488] - On upgrade ​from early appliances, manual importing of users from an Auth System using the AD Proxy would not be possible.  +   * [SME-4488] - After upgrading ​from early appliances, manual importing of users from an Auth System using the AD Proxy would not be possible. This is now resolved
-   * [SME-4429] - User deletion ​not skipping org files+   * [SME-4429] - User file deletion ​behaviour is improved when a setting other than Skip is chosen.
    * [SME-4396] - When signing in via Desktop and Mobile tools, when HTTPS had been disabled, the login process would force a HTTPS redirect. This has been resolved.    * [SME-4396] - When signing in via Desktop and Mobile tools, when HTTPS had been disabled, the login process would force a HTTPS redirect. This has been resolved.
-   * [SME-4517] - On upgrading from early appliances, ​customer ​using the "​Active Directory"​ (AD Proxy) based authentication system may have resulted in a corruption of their AD Base DN. This has been resolved and customers are advised to review their settings. ​+   * [SME-4517] - On upgrading from early appliances, ​customers ​using the "​Active Directory"​ (AD Proxy) based authentication system may have resulted in a corruption of their AD Base DN. This has been resolved and customers are advised to review their settings. ​