Mac Client – 6.8.2 – Product Description on Apple silicon, improved SMART reporting

Monday, January 10th, 2022 / Mac Client, Release Notes

Features Automatic determination of Apple’s Product Description Additional support for new malware Changes No longer reporting POST information on Apple silicon, as the information is not available. Bug Fixes Improvements to the SMART plugin to find additional cases of failing boot volumes. Fix stale network information Fixes issues related to volumes not showing in the […]

Mac Client 6.8.1 – Updated volume usage info

Tuesday, November 9th, 2021 / Mac Client, Release Notes

Features New Root capacity reporting tool Notification of macOS 12 Monterey download. New diagnostics file gathering tool Change Improvements in gathering of FileWave version. Bug Fixes Fixed issue which would cause –disable –plugin to not work properly This release brings the parity between what Apple’s Finder says, and what our system reports. Historically, we’ve reported […]

Mac Client – – New System Requirements

Tuesday, September 14th, 2021 / Mac Client, News, Release Notes

NOTICE Watchman Monitoring is disabling TLS 1.0 and 1.1 at the start of 2022. Starting January 2022, connections from agents, browsers, API, etc will require TLS 1.2 or greater in order to communicate with Watchman Monitoring. This Mac release, version, requires OS X 10.11 or better. Computers running older versions of Mac OS X […]

Mac Client – 6.7.3 – Support for upcoming changes to supported OS versions.

Friday, June 18th, 2021 / Mac Client, News, Release Notes

FEATURES Tooling to support new update channels (read more below!) Additional support for new malware CHANGES Additional improvements in support of Apple’s notarization process. Changes which support an upcoming move to Python3 BUG FIXES Fixed issue which would result in a blank Group name being set if the agent was removed and reinstalled without a […]

Mac Client – 6.7.2 – Command Line Tooling, oh, and more malware

Monday, April 19th, 2021 / Mac Client, News, Release Notes

FEATURES New command line tooling options via “RunClient” Plugins can be enabled using –enable/–disable Plugins can be enumerated via –list-plugins Improved support and reporting on battery service Logs if Flash is present on any given Mac via a dedicated plugin result Adds additional tech specs such as iBridge CHANGES Issues with the PreferencePane’s visibility in […]

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