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Administrators can now check the battery health of their Panasonic devices. They can leverage this information to establish maintenance schedules for devices that require battery replacements. The following battery information can be obtained from Panasonic devices using a data collection rule:
You can now assign Android Plus profiles based on the APN name set on the device.
Device users can now refresh the contents of a webpage by pulling down from the top of a page.
|MC-67557||Following agent upgrade, the Windows Mobile Agent certificate was not listed in the Security tab of the device’s information panel|
|MC-78692||IdP group names longer than 100 characters were truncated, preventing users belonging to those groups from being authenticated|
|MC-81525||Device location was not automatically updated in the console|
|MCMR-16277||APN profile configurations with an unsupported APN type (mobile virtual network operator or MVNO) were not properly configured on devices|
|MCMR-18384||Profiles remained in a Pending Install status due to a dependency checking error|
|MCMR-18413||The Add New Device alert rule was not triggered when new iOS devices were enrolled|
|MCMR-18467||Using CSV files to import LDAP users into the console failed if there were whitespaces in the CSV file|
|MCMR-18744||Samsung devices did not automatically update their connectivity status in the console|
|MCMR-18754||IdP security groups were not saved in the database if their names exceeded 100 characters|
|MCMR-18825||Geofence device alerts were not triggered due to a date-time conversion error|
|MCMR-18964||The console displayed the wrong application version for Windows Modern devices|
|MCMR-18982||Custom attribute values were not propagated to devices after they were changed|