MobiControl 15.5.2 Release Notes
- In SOTI MobiControl version 15.5.0 onwards, “GetDeviceGroupConfiguration” and “ApplyDeviceGroupConfiguration” APIs will require “Configure Devices/Device Groups” permission. This permission is automatically assigned to MobiControl Administrators, MobiControl Technicians and MobiControl Viewers roles. Custom roles must have the “Configure Devices/Device Groups” permission granted manually.
- If you are using an older version of Cloud Link Agent (CLA) (e.g.,1.x, 2.x ,3.x or 4.0), you must upgrade to CLA 4.1. Before upgrading, you must uninstall the older version of CLA. If CLA 4.1 is not set up with SOTI MobiControl 15.5.0, any operation or functionality related to LDAP and ADCS will not work.
Conditional Access for Microsoft 365 Apps on macOS
You can now conditionally grant or deny access to Microsoft 365 apps and other mobile apps which utilize Azure AD authentication on macOS devices. SOTI MobiControl’s integration with Microsoft allows you to use the MobiControl device compliance status in Azure AD’s conditional access policies. When configured, only the compliance statuses of devices assigned to the compliance policy will be reported to Microsoft, enabling you to manage the scope of the devices synchronized with Microsoft.
Bootstrap Token Support
We added support for bootstrap tokens on macOS devices. As of macOS 10.15, device users with bootstrap tokens enabled do not need administrator credentials to grant new user accounts a secure token.
Bypass Manual Interaction for Kernel Extensions
As of macOS 10.13.2, users can use bootstrap tokens to specify a list of kernel extensions that load without the previously required user consent. With this update, administrators can allow any macOS device enrolled in SOTI MobiControl to bypass the manual interaction required for enabling kernel extensions.
Display Local User Information on Web Console
We added the names of all local users on macOS devices to the Device Info screen, providing administrators the opportunity to cross-check any macOS user profile assignment issues and respond accordingly.
Target by Processor Type
You can now distinguish macOS devices based on Intel or Apple processor type. This allows administrators to target app policies and profiles to devices based on processor and filter out devices for added clarity.
Enhanced Support for Script Execution
The Send Script feature has been upgraded to allow you to execute multi-line scripts from the Web Console for macOS devices. The agent is now able to distinguish the built-in script functions from macOS script commands, allowing you to integrate both SOTI MobiControl and macOS scripts as part of the same execution.
|MCMR-28943||Switching a device to Administrator Mode during a remote control session failed with the error message “An error occurred while processing the request.”|
|MCMR-29992||Failed to generate device certificates from certificate template|
|MCMR-30311||Uploading packages through APIs removed the package configuration in the profile|
|MCMR-30410||Windows Desktop device lockdown failed after upgrading to version 22.214.171.1241|
|MCMR-30597||Client certificates failed to install on Linux Raspberry Pi devices|
|MCMR-30757||Group actions to locate devices failed to fetch the device locations|
|MCMR-30911||Custom data provided by the device agent during device check-in was not populated in the database and Web Console by the Deployment Server|
|MCMR-31407||MGPA apps would take a long time to install on devices during enrollment|