20 Apr 2022: ChangeLog AADS Terminal Server (build 196.20)

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6 May 2022: ChangeLog AADS Terminal Server (build 196.20)

Bug Fix

AADS build 196.20 as delivered on 20 Apr 2022 did contain a bug in AADS Maintenance & Control:

The 4 selection options did not work properly.
This is fixed in AADS build 196.20 with build date 6 May 2022:

 

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20 Apr 2022: ChangeLog AADS Terminal Server (build 196.20)

Improvements AADServer

Based on the contents of ZIP Support Files as received we have been able to improve some core-functions of AADServer,
implying a bit faster performance and stability.

 

Improvement AADS Client for Linux

Because of updates in the various Linux distros, improvements have been done into the AADS Client for Linux.

 

New Desktop size option in the AADS Client

A new Desktop size has been added to the AADS Client: Maximum Size.

 

 

 

AADS Application Control Directive: ts-session:

AADS Application Control has a new Directive:

Up til now the Start Menu of the User does always contain the Menu Item "Session",
and this Session menu always includes:

In case of the Administrator, the Menu Item "Session" does also include:

With the new Directive "ts-session:",
the Administration can give the Users specific Session options. For example:

The option "Disconnect", "Reboot" and "Shutdown" are de-selected. The user gets the see the following Session Menu:

 

AADS Start Menu Refresh

When the Administrator is working on the AADS Start Menu of the users, it is possible for the Administrator to refresh the AADS Start Menu while the user is logged in:

 

Bugfix: AADS RDP Firewall

When the Administrator is attempting to manually enter an IPv4 Address on a Firewall list, it could happen that AADS Control and Maintenance would refuse the manually entered IPv4 Address with the message "Invalid IP Address", in case the IPv4 Address ended with a .0
This bug has been fixed.

Bugfix: FFaMSearch

Fixed a bug for deleting files in x32 or x64 folders while running with Elevated rights.

Bugfix: Built-in webserver

The browse button for the HTML-folder did not work anymore. This is fixed.

Typo Error in the Manual

The Manual did incorrectly state that the built-in WebServer only supports IPv4.
The built-in WebServer support both IPv4 and IPv6.

 


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