ARM 9.1 Release Notes
Release date: December 26, 2018
These release notes describe new features and improvements in the Access Rights Manager 9.1 release.
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Access Rights Manager 9.1 features
New look and feel
8MAN is now part of the SolarWinds family, so existing 8MAN customers will see some changes to the GUI, including a new login window and a new loading indicator. Other improvements:
- The column width and order of the table views in the rich client is now saved.
- You can now add an image, to be displayed next to the comment field.
Changes to licensing
Existing customers will not see any immediate changes, but will use a new licensing model to upgrade to newer versions. New customers will use the SolarWinds customer portal to download and install ARM.
SQL Express integration
When installing ARM, you can also choose to install SQL Express.
With SAP integration, you can now search for security-critical transaction codes and identify authorization paths.
Azure AD integration
You can now identify and manage users and groups in Azure AD. In addition to displaying roles and identifying their group memberships, ARM for Azure also enables users and groups to be created or deleted, and group memberships to be changed.
Look at all shared directories and files in a single view.
Automates the exchange between a third-party system and a system administered with ARM.
Administrators can now make scripts directly available to employees so recurring processes can be executed immediately and without an order workflow.
Improved security monitoring allows you to now filter recorded events by black- and white-list and record failed actions.
Use account mapping to define assignments between AD accounts and accounts from external resource systems. ARM then shows you which different accounts belong to a single person.
Grouping and filtering of Analyze & Act
To select scenarios most quickly, ARM 9.1 now offers grouping and filtering.
For additional information on using these new features, see the ARM 9.1 Extended Release Notes.
Deutsch: ARM 9.1 Extended Release Notes.
New customer installation
Installing ARM onto a server that has an Orion Platform installation will cause a conflict with the RabbitMQ service. To avoid this, ARM and Orion Platform products must be installed on separate servers. Note that ARM is not an Orion Platform product.
For information about installing Access Rights Manager see the ARM Installation Guide.
For information about supported version of SolarWinds products, see Currently supported software versions.
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