Armor Knowledge Base  /  Release Notes  /  2017

January 17, 2017

Topics Discussed

Marketplace, Tiers, Redeem Invitation Screen, Disabled Users and Corresponding Roles, Display CoreInstance ID, Multiple IP Addresses


In the Armor Management Portal (AMP), in the Armor Marketplace screen, you can now purchase Windows Remote Desktop Services.

To learn how to order Windows Remote Desktop Services, see Armor Marketplace.


In the Armor Management Portal, in the Workload Details screen, you can now edit the name of an existing Tier.

Redeem Invitation screen 

In the Redeem Invitation screen, the fields to enter your phone number now include a combined list of country codes and flags in one field.

Disabled users and corresponding roles 

In the Armor Management Portal (AMP), when a user is disabled, that user's roles will also be disabled; you cannot add or remove that user's roles.

Previously, a disabled user's roles were configurable. Now, you cannot update a user's role when that user is disabled.

Display CoreInstance ID 

In the Armor Management Portal (AMP), in the Virtual Machines screen, the CoreInstance ID is now listed.

The vulnerability scan reports only list the CoreInstance ID, not the name of the virtual machine or server. Now, the Virtual Machines screen in AMP includes an entry for the CoreInstance ID, along the same row as the corresponding virtual machine or server.

To learn more about vulnerability scanning reports, see ANYWHERE Vulnerability Scanning.

Bug Fixes 

Multiple IP addresses 

In the Armor Management Portal (AMP), the Virtual Machine Details screen now lists multiple public IP addresses.

Previously, even though the IP Address screen listed two (or more) public IP addresses for a virtual machine, the same information did not appear in the corresponding Virtual Machine Details screen. Now, the Virtual Machine Details screen displays the assigned public IP addresses.