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Armor Knowledge Base  /  Release Notes  /  2017

August 31, 2017

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Topics Discussed

VM Detail, IP Groups and Service Groups, Security Dashboard, Security Incident, Log Management and FIM

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VM Detail 
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In the Armor Management Portal (AMP), a newly created virtual machine will continue to be in a Pending status until every feature of the virtual machine has been fully provisioned. As a result, a user cannot perform certain actions on the virtual machine until these features have been provisioned.

Previously, a newly created virtual machine would be in a Powered on status, even if there were pending features to be provisioned. As a result, a user could update the virtual machine, which would cause some compatibility issues with the pending features.

This update will help avoid compatibility issues between the virtual machine and the additional features that have not been fully provisioned.


IP Groups and Service Groups 
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In the Armor Management Portal (AMP), In the Firewall screen, you can now use special characters to create a new IP Group or Service Group.

Specifically, you can use the following special characters to name a group:

CharacterDescription
-Dash
.Period
_Underscore
/

Forward slash

( )Parenthesis




Security Dashboard, Security Incident, Log Management and FIM 
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In the Armor Management Portal (AMP), tool tips have been added to the following screens:

Security Dashboard

  • A tool tip will explain the different security incident types.

Security Incident

  • Under the Ticket Summary column, a tool tip will explain that a user may not be able to view this incident due to the user's permissions for viewing support tickets and security incidents.

Log Management

  • Under the Last Log Received column, a tool tip will explain that the displayed date and time represent the time that Armor last received logs from the corresponding virtual machine.

Log Management screen

FIM

  • In the header, a tool tip will explain each possible status type.
  • Under the Agent Status column, a tool tip will explain the specific status.

FIM screen




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