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Release v2.1 -- July 24, 2021
SOTI Identity 2.1.0 (July 24, 2021)
- Create Users in Bulk
- Download Archived Logs
- Streamlined User and Role Management for SOTI Snap
- General Improvements
Create Users in Bulk
Customers can now create users in bulk in the SOTI Identity local directory by uploading a list of users in a predefined template. Tenant administrators can track the status of user creation from the notification panel. If Identity is unable to create users from the list, administrators can download an error report to identify the issues. Original user creation requests can also be tracked from the audit logs.
Download Archived Logs
Customers can now browse activity logs for the past three months. After three months, user activity logs are archived, and the archived logs are available for download for the next nine months.
Streamlined User and Role Management for SOTI Snap
With SOTI Snap 3.1.0 (scheduled to be released in August 2021), customers can now manage roles and modify role assignment from SOTI Snap. However, SOTI Identity retains the ability to assign SOTI Snap user roles when managing access.
In addition, when access to SOTI Snap is granted via SOTI Identity, the user or user group details are automatically provisioned in SOTI Snap.
- SOTI Connect and SOTI Identity automatically update the certificates required to communicate with each other
- SOTI Identity has revamped the user listings experience
Release v2.0 -- December 12, 2020
SOTI Identity 2.0.0 (December 12, 2020)
SOTI Identity now captures user activities, such as successful or unsuccessful login attempts, as well as actions on applications, users, and directories. It writes these activities into event logs.
SOTI Identity account administrators can view, search, and filter event logs, as well as export a set of logs as a .csv file.
Password Expiry Reminder
A SOTI Identity account administrator can now enable email notifications to be sent to users as reminders to reset their passwords before expiry. The account administrator can define how many days prior to the password expiry the notifications should be sent.
- SOTI Identity account administrators can now view the list of the verified domains from the Add User page
- Users can now see the Company ID by selecting an option from the main menu
- Only the relevant actions are now shown when a SOTI Identity account administrator selects users, applications, and directories
IM-5951 Check marks in the check boxes were rendered off-center in the Firefox browser IM-6174 UI layout issues were present in the Safari browser IM-6713 The application did not allow adding Azure AD groups with names 256 characters long IM-7091 The Name ID format in SAML requests from SOTI Identity to third-party IdPs had to be changed to unspecified IM-7117 Even when only one option (LDAP/IdP/Azure) was available when adding a new user, this option was not selected automatically in the Add User dialog box IM-7183 The IdP-initiated login did not work in the Safari browser IM-7429 The SOTI One portal did not load in the Safari browser IM-7446 The Captcha images did not load in the Forgot Password page IM-7462 Cookies had an invalid SameSite attribute value, which allowed these cookies to be used in cross-site requests (a security vulnerability) IM-7559 The application did not remember the user details after a browser restart even though the Remember Me option was selected IM-7655 It was not possible to authenticate a user in SOTI Account if that user’s email had been already used with an external directory IM-7665 Federated logout did not work in the Safari browser
Release v1.1 -- June 06, 2020
SOTI Identity 1.1.0 (June 06, 2020)
- Support for Third-Party Initiated Login
- Azure AD Integration using Graph API
- Improved Login Experience
- Password Expiry Policy
- Design Changes to SOTI ONE Portal
- Simplified Application Assignment
Support for Third-Party Initiated Login
After integration of SOTI Identity with a third-party IdP, users can log into SOTI Identity directly from their IdP portal. They don’t need to re-authenticate. Previously, users could only log into SOTI applications through SOTI Identity, whether directly or through a SOTI application. Existing customers who had previously connected an IdP must update their SOTI Identity Entity ID to ensure the integration works.
Azure AD Integration using Graph API
Customers can now easily integrate Azure AD with SOTI Identity by simply authenticating the connection with an Azure AD administrator account. This allows Azure AD users to access SOTI ONE products through SOTI Identity using their AD credentials.
Improved Login Experience
Users can set SOTI Identity to remember their account details during login. Once saved, users only need to enter their password to login.
Additionally, SOTI account users can use the Forgot Company ID option to get a list of all the Company IDs associated with their email address.
Password Expiry Policy
Identity Account Administrators can define the password expiry period for SOTI account users. When a user’s password expires, they must update their password on their next login.
Design Changes to SOTI ONE Portal
SOTI Identity v1.1 introduces a redesigned SOTI ONE portal that displays SOTI ONE products in alphabetical order. Administrators can rearrange them by changing their application names. The administrator console entry point is now located in the hamburger menu, rather than as an application tile.
Simplified Application Assignment
Identity Account Administrators can now add users and assign applications to them in the same workflow. Administrators can also see the complete list of applications assigned to users.
- Identity Account Administrators can now search for registered applications in the Applications page and add LDAP or third-party IdP connections directly from the Users page
- The role dropdown selection has been replaced with a toggle, so that by default all new users or user groups are assigned the application user’s role unless otherwise specified
- Except for SOTI Central, role assignment is now mandatory when assigning a user to a SOTI ONE application
- SOTI Identity tenant and instance name have been added to error messages logged when administrators try to configure an already registered application. These messages are available from the Management Server logs of SOTI MobiControl and SOTI Connect
IM-4418 Made the User Attributes mappings for SOTI MobiControl and SOTI Connect non-editable IM-5835 Removed the Manage Credentials action for SOTI Snap, SOTI Central, and SOTI Insight applications IM-5928 Users who were members of multiple Active Directory groups could not login
Release v1.0 -- November 04, 2019
- v1.0.1 on December 12, 2019
- v1.0.0 on November 04, 2019
Introducing SOTI Identity!
SOTI Identity is a centralized, cloud-based, authentication and authorization service that validates user credentials to provide secure and seamless access to SOTI ONE applications. Users can access all SOTI ONE applications with a single account.
SOTI Identity enables account administrators to manage and configure settings for application users from a single place and manage access rights for each application.
- Single Entry and Sign-On for all SOTI ONE Applications
- Consolidated User and Access Management
- Secured Access with Password Policies
Single Entry and Sign - On for all SOTI ONE Applications
SOTI Identity removes the need to remember individual product URLs by providing a portal for accessing all SOTI ONE applications. When users log into the portal, all the SOTI ONE applications to which they have access are displayed. Thanks to SOTI Identity’s single sign-on functionality, users can access all SOTI ONE products without the need to re-enter their credentials.
Consolidated User and Access Management
SOTI Identity manages user access rights for all SOTI ONE applications maintained by an organization. Account administrators can create local SOTI accounts for users or import users from their own organization’s directory or IDP. In addition, administrators can define user roles and associate permissions with those roles within each application.
Secured Access with Password Policies
Account administrators can define password policies for local SOTI account users. Users must create passwords that meet the specified password complexity requirements. This capability, combined with single-sign-on functionality, can improve security by reducing the number of passwords users need to remember; thus, encouraging them to create a single, stronger password.
- Users logged into more than three SOTI ONE applications, who log out from one of the applications, are not logged out of the rest of the applications. They must log out of the rest separately.
- Users logged into SOTI Identity using Active Directory Federation Services (ADFS) credentials may receive an error message when logging out. Nonetheless, the log out was successful.