Release date: April 2023
These release notes were last updated on April 17, 2023.
These release notes describe the new features, improvements, and fixed issues in Access Rights Manager 2023.2. They also provide information about upgrades and describe known issues.
If you are looking for previous release notes for Access Rights Manager, see Previous Version documentation.
Download a translated PDF: 2023.2 Release Notes (Versionshinweise, deutsch)
New features and improvements in ARM
Web client: Analyze scenario about externally shared files and folders on OneDrive and SharePoint Online
A new scenario is available in the ARM web client that lists files and folders shared externally on OneDrive and SharePoint Online.
Web client: Add or remove permissions on file server directories
In the web client resource view, you can now remove and grant permissions to users on file server directories.
Web client: Create a new folder on file server resources
In the web client resource view, you can now create new folders.
Web client: New login and linking into the webclient
The web client login page includes a new design to match the look and feel of other SolarWinds products.
Key data from Access Rights Manager, such as ratings from the Risk Assessment Dashboard and current information about Active Directory, are configurable as widgets in the HCO dashboards. Through the new deep linking, you can directly display a linked scenario in ARM web client after you log in.
ARM version 2022.4 (or higher) is required for integration with HCO. Version 2023.2 (or higher) is required to use deep links.
See the SolarWinds Hybrid Cloud Observability 2022.4 Release Notes for more information.
New customer installation
ARM and SolarWinds platform or Orion Platform products must be installed on separate servers. Note that ARM is not a SolarWinds platform or Orion Platform product.
For information about installing Access Rights Manager see the ARM Installation Guide.
How to upgrade
If you are upgrading from a previous version, see Perform an update installation located in the Access Rights Manager Installation and Upgrade /Guide for directions.
Beginning in version 2020.2, the ARM server has been renamed from pnServer.exe to armServer.exe. Please note this change if you have set up the appropriate firewall rules.
|Active Directory OU descriptions are now shown in Resource view.
|Analyzing directory permission through the web client scenario is now working correctly.
|Fixed an error (general server error 500) when creating a new directory, changing inheritance and ownership in the resource view in the web client.
|The performance of some ARM logbook queries has been improved.
|Suppressing the display of default templates through adjustments in the configuration files now works again.
|The handling of multiple occurrences of paths when scanning DFS has been adjusted and can now be configured to display as desired in the resource view.
|An error where login was not possible if the specified NETBIOS domain name contained a "." (period) has been fixed.
|Fixed an issue where input field descriptions were not displayed in custom templates.
|01076496, 01039416, 01130579
|Fixed an issue with failed scans due to a running data warehouse calculation.
|The implementation of managing access rights for private channels in Microsoft Teams has been improved.
|Fixed an issue where under certain circumstances a data owner could see more resources in the web client resource view than are assigned to him.
|A problem with accepting deviations from the department profile has been fixed.
|A problem with the display of certain icons in the order process (GrantMA), which is why it was no longer possible to cancel an own order, for example, has been fixed.
|Web client login
|Issue: If the SAM account name contains a space, the login will not work with entering the user name in the form "user@domain".
|Resolution/Work-around: Use the user name in the format "domain\user".
|Issue: When using user-defined templates, AccountSearchTextField does not work for manager assignment.
|Resolution/Work-around: Use a standard input field or, if possible, a drop-down menu.
|Updating FS Logga components on Windows file servers
|Issue: In some cases, automatic or manual updating of FS-Logga components on Windows file servers may fail.
|Resolution/Work-around: Start the setup on the Windows file server and select the Repair option. The repair function removes the installation and reinstalls the components.
|Active Directory accounts not resolved
|Issue: In some cases, new installations may experience Active Directory (AD) scanning issues when scanning through a collector or ARM server installed on a domain controller (DC). This can result in AD accounts not resolving correctly under these conditions. Existing installations are not affected.
|Resolution/Work-around: Install the ARM server or collector service on a different server, not on DCs.
End of life
With the release of ARM version 2023.2, the following versions of ARM are no longer supported:
See the End of Life Policy for information about SolarWinds product lifecycle phases. For supported versions and EoL announcements for all SolarWinds products, see Currently supported software versions.
End of support
This version of Access Rights Manager no longer supports the following platforms and features.
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