Release date: May 27, 2016
These release notes describe the new features, improvements, and fixed issues in Enterprise Operations Console 1.6.2. They also provide information about upgrades and describe workarounds for known issues.
If you are looking for previous release notes for Enterprise Operations Console, see Previous Version documentation.
New features and improvements in EOC
EOC 1.6.2 offers new features and improvements compared to previous releases of EOC.
Full compatibility with the latest release of the following Orion-based products:
- SolarWinds Network Performance Monitor
- SolarWinds Network Configuration Manager
- SolarWinds NetFlow Traffic Analyzer
- SolarWinds Server & Application Manager
- SolarWinds IP Address Manager
- SolarWinds User Device Tracker
- SolarWinds IP SLA Manager
SolarWinds EOC v1.6.1 includes the following new features and improvements:
Added Virtualization Integration Module Resources to EOC
- Top 10 Hosts by Percent Memory Used
- Top 10 Hosts by Network Utilization
- Top 10 Hosts by CPU Load
- Hosts with Problems
- Guests with Problems
- Virtual Assets (Tree)
Added NetFlow Traffic Analyzer Resources
- Top 10 Applications
- Top 10 Countries
- Top 10 Conversations
- Top 10 Endpoints
- Top 10 Protocols
- Support for FIPS (Federal Information Processing Standard). More information about FIPS can be found here
- User can now open Orion links in a new window
- Updated with the latest version of Network Atlas v126.96.36.199
- New setting that allows updates to account limitations
- Thwack link that redirects to the EOC page in Thwack
- Settings to show notifications to users not in the Administrator role
For information about the features and fixes in the latest versions of Orion NPM and Core, see the Orion Network Performance Monitor Release Notes.
For documentation that provides an ideal upgrade sequence for Orion Platform-based products see Upgrading SolarWinds Orion Platform Products.
New customer installation
For information about installing Enterprise Operations Console, see the SolarWinds Orion Installer.
How to upgrade
To upgrade from a previous version, see the Enterprise Operations Console Upgrade Guide.
EOC 1.6.2 fixes the following issues.
|397877||Network Atlas not displaying groups from EOC in a separate folder|
|SolarWinds NPM is not visible when upgrading EOC 1.5 over IPAM 4.0|
|Add setting to open a new window on Orion links|
|EOC not updating account limitations|
|Triggered alerts not visible in Global Last XX Active Alerts Column|
|Time out sync is displayed when adding an Orion server to EOC|
|Alerts views do not list all IPSLA operation alerts.|
|Accounts limited by System Name Pattern cannot see any Orion server data.|
|195414||Internet Explorer 7 and 8 will not display embedded objects within Custom HTML resources.|
|If the data for a call path has not been collected, the corresponding call path entry in the Global VoIP Call Path resource appears empty. Please wait a few minutes for data to be collected.|
|VoIP call paths display invalid Quality of Service values if the source site or the destination site are down.|
|You cannot remove a user from Orion EOC if the Windows account for that user has been deleted.|
|Duplicate custom properties appear if custom properties from different Orion NPM servers have identical names but different value types.|
|The Global VoIP Call Managers resource does not display hosts that do not have any collected data.|
|Do not uninstall Orion Network Atlas from the Orion EOC server. If you uninstall Orion Network Atlas from the Orion EOC server, the Orion web console map resources stop working.|
|Performing more than ten Undo actions in a row in Orion Network Atlas marks the map as having been saved.|
|The UDT Watch List resource in EOC differs slightly from the corresponding resource in UDT v2.5.|
|Edit and help link are missing when hidden resource are added back|
|Cannot open EOC console after upgrade from IPAM 3.1 to IPAM 4.0|
|Internet Explorer 11 incompatibility issue. For more details and a work around see KB 5659|
|Views and Resources load improperly in IE10 when EOC 1.6 is installed on Windows Server 2003 or 2008. For more details see KB 5689|
|EOC-NTA resource performance tuning. For more details and a work around see KB 5716|
|277133||Incompatibility issues with Google Chrome. For more details and a work around see KB 5744.|
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