These release notes describe the new features, improvements, and fixed issues in the Dameware Remote Everywhere macOS Console.
The macOS Console can be accessed via download from the Admin Area. The Admin Area can be accessed via web browsers such as Chrome, Firefox, etc. Mobile components can be downloaded from either the Google Play Store or Apple App Store.
New features and improvements as of February 2022
New Video Upload functionality
Dameware Remote Everywhere now allows Technicians to record and upload videos from DRE sessions by navigating to Configurations > Configure Video Upload in the Console. Technicians can choose the storage location (Azure, Amazon, or N-Able cloud), time and day for upload scheduling, and maximum bandwidth.
Unhealthy Connection Alert
Dameware Remote Everywhere now features an Unhealthy Connection Alert status while viewing remote computers in the Console.
Using unique identifiers to login
Dameware Remote Everywhere now offers a feature to add unique identifiers in order to log in on the macOS Console, allowing for improved security enhancements.
Alternative keys for key codes and Unicode symbols
In the macOS viewer, Dameware Remote Everywhere now offers Technicians the ability to send key codes and Unicode symbols using alternative keys in comparison to the standard.
|The issue with incorrect file extensions for video recordings has been resolved.|
|The issue with generating video thumbnails for video recordings has been resolved.|
|The issue where Technicians couldn't implement high color without additional compression has been resolved.|
|The issue with Passportal not removing duplicated credentials has been resolved.|
|The issue where keyboard Shift key did not function as intended during a session has been resolved.|
New features and improvements as of December 2021
Play remote audio in the Viewer
In the Viewer, Dameware Remote Everywhere now supports remote audio capture. Technicians can use this feature to play remote audio in both the Viewer and locally to the end-user's remote device, or just the Viewer.
An open source audio driver is required to implement remote audio capture in Dameware Remote Everywhere.
New features and improvements as of November 2021
Remote audio output selection
In the Viewer, Dameware Remote Everywhere now allows the Technician to choose the audio output device on the end-user's machine.
|In the Viewer, the system shell restart process has been enhanced.|
|The issue with macOS Remote Background Manager disabling keyboard input has been resolved.|
|In the Viewer, keyboard mapping has been enabled.|
|In the Viewer, FTP messages that contained the word "File" have been replaced with "Object."|
|The issue with interrupted macOS Application updates on older versions has been resolved.|
|In the Viewer, the issue with transferred files not appearing in the queue has been resolved.|
|In the Viewer for end-users, the Hide Viewer tab was removed and the Show Dock icon was added.|
|In the Viewer for end-users, UTF-8 encoding is now available for all operations related to file transfer.|
New features and improvements as of August 2021
|End-users utilizing macOS devices are frequently logged out during an active session.|
New features and improvements as of July 2021
Backend calls between users are now more efficient, clearer, and throw fewer errors to improve the user experience.
|M1 macOS devices are operating and processing inefficiently during sessions.|
|During prolonged sessions, the end-user and/or Technician's screen image freezes.|
|Connections are delayed or interrupted when the client uses Master Pass authentication protocol.|
|Transferred files do not display in the queue.|
|End-users are unable to elevate or uninstall agents after upgrading to 6.00.26.|
New features and improvements as of April 2021
Remote Audio Playback
In the Viewer, Technicians can now receive audio playback from the remote machine they are controlling in a session. Remote Audio Playback allows Technicians to troubleshoot audio issues and identify other running sources of audio more accurately.
New features and improvements as of January 2021
Support for macOS Big Sur
The Console now supports macOS Big Sur, the latest operating system from Apple.
Support for Apple M1 (ARM)
The Console now provides native support for the Apple M1 (ARM) processor.
macOS Compliant FIPS
The Console is now FIPS compliant for macOS users on both x86 and ARM/M1 architectures. Sessions between macOS and Windows users now have parallel levels of FIPS compliance.
New features and improvements as of October 2020
Fixes for keyboard shortcuts and Viewer stability
In the Viewer, users can now use all keyboard shortcuts functionally on their remote counterparts. In the Agent, users can connect Agents to their associated region in compliance with regulatory requirements.
New features and improvements as of August 2020
|User was unable to send the CTRL+ALT+DEL command from the macOS console to a Windows device.|
New features and improvements as of November 2019
Passportal Integration for Germany and Australia
Passportal integration has now been expanded to include Germany and Australia data centers. This enables users to seamlessly integrate their Remote Viewer with any Passportal instances hosted in these regions.
New features and improvements as of September 2019
Integration of Passportal
In the Viewer during a remote session, technicians can now select from a list of Secrets using Passportal vaults and inject it into a remote Windows device. This allows technicians to remotely authenticate end users' machines securely without viewing their credentials.
New features and improvements as of July 2019
Ability to request administrator privileges
In the Viewer, technicians now have the option to request administrator privileges under the My Computer tab.
New features and improvements as of May 2019
Introduction of Dameware Remote Everywhere Mobile
In the Viewer, technicians can now screenshare with end users on both Android and iOS devices by downloading the app from Google Play or the App Store.
Allow remote users to add passwords to a Vault
In the Viewer, end users can now securely add a password to a Vault without requiring the technician to view the password.
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