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This release introduce features, enhancements and corrections.

Release Information

ProductSnow Inventory Agent for Unix 
New version6.0.0
Release DateSeptember 19, 2018
DistributionSUS 
Current StatusReleased

 

Features

Support for additional types of inventory information

Inventory Server 6.0.0 has been prepared to support the extraction of additional types of inventory data to be included in a scan. In this release, support has been added for Snow Oracle Middleware Scanner – a component that will be released later this year. Details of the data extracted will be shared in the release notes for Snow Oracle Middleware Scanner.

Enhancements

  • To ease troubleshooting, the agent now logs the full pathnames of the locations it scans.

Corrections

  • Logging of syslog can now be enabled and disabled using the Syslog setting in the logging section of the agent configuration file.
  • Support for Isof command has been added to resolve paths on PA RISC /HP UX machines when the pfiles are missing from their expected location.
  • When a connection to the Inventory Server fails, the agent now logs an error instead of a warning in the log file.

 

This version introduce various improvements and corrections in the Snow Inventory Server.

 

Release Information

ProductSnow Inventory Server
New version5.4.0
Release DateApril 5, 2018
DistributionSUS and MSI Setup
Current StatusReleased

 

Features in Snow Inventory Server 5.4.0

Simplified migration from Inventory 3 with new upgrade wizard

A new step-by-step wizard has been included in this version of Inventory Server guiding the user through the migration process from Inventory 3 to Inventory 5. You can access this wizard from the start page of the Server Configuration Manager by clicking “Upgrade from Inventory 3”. The wizard contains both informative steps as well as automated data migration from the Inventory 3 database.

Ability to set up a standalone Inventory Server

A new Service Gateway mode has been added: Standalone receiver. A Service Gateway running in this mode will not require access to a master server. Standalone receivers will be able to receive and store inventory files from agents locally. A Standalone receiver will not be able to send updates or other commands to the agents.
Automatic updates of the Service Gateways will not update standalone receivers as they lack a connection to the  Master Server.

 

Enhancements in Snow Inventory Server 5.4.0

The following enhancements have been made in Inventory Server 5.4.0:

  • New system settings for Inventory Agents for Windows have been added to the Agent Configuration section for turning specific browser extension installations on or off.

Corrections in Snow Inventory Server 5.4.0

The following corrections have been made in Inventory Server 5.4.0:

  • Agent Update jobs delayed due to multiple Master Server identities has been corrected and made more robust.
  • An issue where we stored the names of Oracle option checks instead of Oracle option names as been corrected to store both (PRB0041283).
  • It’s now possible to use passwords that start with special characters when deploying Agents (PRB0041354).

 

This version introduces new features, enhancements and corrections in the Snow Inventory Agent for Windows.

 

Release Information

ProductSnow Inventory Agent for Windows 
New version5.3.0
Release DateApril 5, 2018
DistributionSUS and MSI Package
Current StatusReleased

 

Enhancements

  • Changes have been made to the chrome extension to ensure consistent behavior with other supported Snow browser extensions.
  • All extensions (Google Chrome, Internet Explorer 11, and Firefox) can now be separately enabled/disabled by using the respective settings saas.chrome.enabled, saas.ie11.enabled and saas.firefox.enabled in the Agent configuration.

Corrections 

  • The Inventory Agent service no longer hangs when starting the agent service on a Citrix Server.

Functionality update for Snow Inventory Agent for Windows

 

Published: March 21, 2018

Software version: 5.2.4

 

Executive Summary


Installations of Snow Inventory Agent for Windows, of the versions from 5.1.0 to 5.2.3 and deployed using an MSI package built by Snow before March 16, 2018, are affected by a critical issue that could lead to loss of data on computers if the agent uninstallation is performed using the command line option “snowagent.exe uninstall”. The issue has been just recently discovered in a test environment and has its root cause in an error in the MSI package used to install the agent. The MSI package does not correctly set the InstallLocation property in the Windows Registry – a property used by the agent command line uninstall function. Uninstallation through the MSI technology (both scripted and non-scripted) works as expected.

 

In order to avoid this issue, use the same install and uninstall methods as recommended by the Snow Inventory documentation. No incidents of this issue occurring in a production environment have been reported, however, due to the potential consequences, we are treating this issue as a Severity 0. Please see the Affected Scenarios paragraph below for more information on when and where this error could potentially occur. Please refer to the How to mitigate paragraph for information on what steps are needed to safely update the agents.

 

This issue does not affect agent performance or functionality in normal operation.

 

Affected Software versions

 

The following software versions or editions are affected. Versions or editions that are not listed are not affected. 

 

AgentSeverityVersions
Snow Inventory Agent for WindowsCritical
Unwanted file removal
Versions 5.1.0 through 5.2.3

Affected Scenarios

 

The only affected scenario is when the agent uninstall registry key has an empty InstallLocation property value, and the uninstallation is invoked by the agent command line option

“snowagent.exe uninstall” locally or remotely on the client machine.

The above scenario can only occur if all of the following statements are true: 

  • The agent is installed using an MSI package created before March 16, 2018.
  • The agent has never been updated or reinstalled using the command line option.
  • The agent has not been updated or deployed through the Snow Inventory Server functionality.

Every other deployment scenario is unaffected by this issue.

How to mitigate

 

First and foremost, do not use the agent command line “snowagent.exe uninstall” if the agent version is prior to 5.2.4.

 

Update

If you are affected by the issue as described above, and wish to update the agent, use one of the following procedures:

  • Request a new MSI package from Snow for your specific agent configuration. Re-deploy the MSI package using your preferred deployment method.

    or
  • Create an agent update through the Inventory Server administration console and distribute to all your endpoints.

 

Workaround (without updating the agent)

Any of the below workarounds will assure a safe future uninstallation of the agent.

  • Run the agent command line “snowagent.exe install” to populate the InstallLocation registry key value.

    or
  • Two scripts are available through Snow Support to prevent the issue from triggering (these can be found here):
    • A PowerShell script that can be deployed as an additional file to the Snow Inventory Agent. This script will be executed during the next scan.
    • A PowerShell script that can be executed manually on the client computer.

 

Remove

If you are affected by the issue as described above, and wish to uninstall the agent, use one of the following procedures:

  • Uninstall the agent using the MSI package.

    or
  • Uninstall the agent through Add/Remove Program in the Windows Control Panel.

 


Update FAQ

 

Question:

I am not planning on uninstalling the agent using command line, do I need to do anything?

Answer:

There is no risk in leaving the agent on your system, but to prevent future mistakes we recommend you update the agent to version 5.2.4 or later.

 

Question:

I re-deployed my agent using an MSI package created before March 16, 2018. Do I need to update the agent anyway?

Answer:

Yes, you should update the agent according to the methods mentioned above.

 

Question:

If I want to update my agent, are there any special considerations due to this issue?

Answer:

No, this issue has no impact on the update procedure of the agent.

 

Question:

I just installed the agent using a Snow provided MSI package built after March 16th,2018. Am I affected by this issue?

Answer:

Packages built by Snow after March 16th are not affected by this issue.

 

Question:

Should I immediately remove the Snow Agent?

Answer:

No, the agent works as expected with normal operation. The issue can only be triggered as part of the uninstall process in specific scenarios as stated above.

 

Question:

I am affected by this issue; how can I safely remove the Snow Agent?

Answer:

Follow the process outlined in the document above by using the MSI package or through Add/Remove programs in the Windows Control Panel.

 

Question:

I believe I am at risk in this scenario, should I do something immediately?

Answer:

There is no urgent need to act, but to avoid potential risks we recommend you update the agent to version 5.2.4 or later.

 

Question:

I have installed the agent using the Inventory Server Deploy method, do I have to act now?

Answer:

No, you are not affected by this issue.

 

Question:

I installed the agent using an MSI package but have since then updated the agent using an Inventory Server Update, am I affected?

Answer:

Once the agent has been updated on the target system using the Inventory Server Update, you are no longer vulnerable to this issue.

 

Question:

I am unsure on what to do, is there anyone that can help me?

Answer:

Sure, contact Support and explain your concerns.

 

 

For further information please use this link to our support knowledge base system.

 

 

This version introduces enhancements and corrections in the Inventory Data Processor.

The inventory agent no longer needs to run as superuser. 

Released on 18th January 2018.

Release information

Product:                 Snow Inventory Agent for Linux
New version:         5.2.0
Release date:        January 18, 2018 
Distribution:          SUS and MSI package
Current status:     Released

Enhancements 

The following enhancements have been made in Snow Inventory Agent for Linux, version 5.2.0:

  • To fulfil the requirements for Principle of least Privileges, the inventory agent no longer needs to run as superuser. Instead, the user account running the agent needs sudo access to the specific commands mentioned in the Linux agent user guide.
  • For performance and stability reasons, the agent now gathers hardware details using dmidecode.
  • To improve the user experience, detection of Amazon EC2 hypervisor no longer outputs to the terminal window.

 Corrections 

The following corrections have been made in  Snow Inventory Agent for Linux, version 5.2.0:

  • Special characters in the InstallDate-column have been corrected to a valid date format.

Inventory Product Updates

This version introduce an enhancement in the Snow Inventory Agent for Windows which supports a new format of cloud metering rules.

Release information

Product:                Snow Inventory Agent for Windows
New version:         5.2.3
Release date:        December 11, 2017 
Distribution:          MSI package and SUS
Current status:     Released

 

Enhancements in Snow Inventory Agent for Windows 5.2.3:

Support for new format of cloud-metering rules.
The format of cloud-metering rules delivered by Snow’s Software Recognition Service (SRS) will be modified during the first quarter of 2018. To avail of new cloud-metering rules added to SRS after the format change requires Windows agent version 5.2.3 or higher and Inventory Server version 5.3.0 – release planned for January 2018.

Versions of the Windows agent below 5.2.3 will continue to function as before, but it will not be possible to benefit from new cloud-metering rules added to SRS.

 

Earlier last week, we released Snow Inventory Oracle Scanner 5.0.1. Since this release has been developed for over a year and contains several enhancements and important bug fixes, we recommend to upgrade to this version.

With Inventory 5 it's actually really easy to upgrade SIOS, and in this blog post we will show you how.

This post is not a replacement for our user guides. The current user guide for the admin console describes how to perform an agent upgrade in general, but it does not have a specific example for SIOS.

If you agree, we will incorporate some of the content into the user guide.

General information

  • All agents (Windows, Linux, macOS, Unix and SIOS) are updated on the Inventory Server using Snow Update Service (SUS). There are some limitations in the SUS User Interface, so when an agent update is published, you cannot see which files are getting downloaded. By default all these agent files are stored in the folder: C:\ProgramData\SnowSoftware\Inventory\Resources\Agent
  • SIOS behaves a bit different from the other agents. SIOS requires that one of the other agents (Windows, Linux or Unix, since Oracle Database cannot be installed on macOS) is installed along with it. Technically, we say that the sios.jar-file is a "support file" that needs to be put in the same folder as the snowagent.exe-file.

Step 1, verify that the latest sios.jar-file has been downloaded with SUS.

For this specific version (5.0.1) verify that a sios.jar-file exist in the path C:\ProgramData\SnowSoftware\Inventory\Resources\Agent\sios\5.0.1

If there is no such file or directory, make sure to run Snow Update Service (SUS) to download the latest Inventory agents.

Step 2, Create a new agent update

In The Inventory Admin Console, navigate to Agent Updates and click "Create new". Give the update an appropriate name and chose the target operating system, then click "Next".

Step 3, Add the sios.jar-file as a support file

Add the sios.jar file from Step 1 as a Support file, by clicking "Add" as in the image below. Then click "next".

Step 4, Choose the target computers for the update

You can specify which devices that should get the update by using either sitename, configurations, specific devices or a custom built view. Click "next" when the target has been specified.

Step 5 (optional), Schedule the update for the future

If you don't want to run the update immediately, you can select a future time and even a service window to perform the update. If you want to publish the update immediately, just click "Next".

Step 6, Publish the update

Verify that the summary looks correct and click "Publish". (In my environment I did not have any Linux computers so no devices are affected. Not an ideal example, but at least you see how it works)

 

That's it, the update is now published, and the targeted agents will automatically upgrade themselves the next time they connect to the Server. You can follow the update progress in the Admin Console in the "Agent updates"-section.

 

As always, let us know if you have any feedback!

Snow Inventory Oracle Scanner Product Update

This version introduce various enhancements and corrections, e.g. detection checks have been added for a number of Oracle options.

Release information

Product:                            Snow Inventory Oracle Scanner
New version:                     5.0.1

Release date:                    November 2, 2017 
Distribution:                      SUS and MSI package
Current status:                 Released

 

Enhancements in SIOS 5.0.1:

  • Detection checks have been added for a number of Oracle options:
    o Active Data Guard – Global Data Services
    o Advanced Security – Data Redaction
    o Advanced Compression – Heat Map
    o Database Vault – Privilege Analysis
    o Real Application Clusters (RAC) – Quality of Service Management
    o RAC One Node – Quality of Service Management
    o Partitioning – Zone Maps
  • A new debug setting has been added to the configuration file. When enabled, this setting includes intermediary data gathered from the environment in the resulting snowpack, which can be used for diagnostics purposes.
  • To improve troubleshooting, the log file now contains both the type and message of a thrown exception.

Corrections in SIOS 5.0.1:

  • Oracle option names are now reported correctly (PRB0041107).
  • Connection issues with Oracle 9i databases have been resolved by encapsulating logon credentials using quotation marks (PRB0040121).
  • Minor corrections have been made to the scripts used to query the Oracle database.

Official release of Snow Inventory Agent for Windows 5.2.2

This is the Official release announcement of Snow Inventory Agent for Windows version 5.2.2

Release information

Product:                Snow Inventory Agent for Windows
New version:         5.2.2
Release date:        October 16, 2017 
Distribution:          MSI package and SUS
Current status:     Officially Released

Enhancements in Snow Inventory Agent for Windows 5.2.2:

  • The field IsVirtual has been added to the client tag in the inventory scan result. This field will be set to true if a hypervisor is detected on the scanned machine, and false otherwise.
  • The field UTC-offset has also been added. It stores the time zone of the local computer enabling dates and times to be presented in any format.
  • A newer version of the third-party CPUID component is included in the agent. This version has improved CPU detection for:
    • Intel Kaby Lake processors
    • AMD Embedded G and R-series processors
    • AMD Bristol Ridge processors
    • AMD Ryzen 5 and Ryzen 3 support
    • DMP Vortex86 DX3
    • AMD Threadripper
    • Intel SKL-X.
  • The setting hardware.scan.enable_cpuid has been added to disable use of the third-party component CPUID.
  • For privacy reasons, the software metering data (temporarily stored by the agent) is now obfuscated.
  • Drop location endpoints can now be configured without specifying the full URL. If it is missing, the suffix api/receiver/receive will be automatically appended to the URL of a drop location endpoint. 

Corrections in Snow Inventory Agent for Windows 5.2.2:

  • Command prompt windows popping up during login no longer occurs

This is the offical release announcement of Snow Inventory Agent for Unix version 5.0.4.
The agent can now connect correctly to Oracle 9i databases and the performance of the software scanner has been improved.

 

Release information

Product:                 Snow Inventory Agent for Unix
New version:         5.0.4
Release date:       October 11, 2017 
Distribution:          MSI package and SUS
Current status:     Pre-announcement

 

Enhancements in Snow Inventory Agent for Unix 5.0.4:

  • The performance of the software scanner has been improved to lower the time needed by the agent.
  • The request header sent to the server now includes the site name. This can in the future help the Inventory Server to block unwanted agents to send files.
  • A new configuration setting <Environment><Ignore> can be used to exclude specified environment variables from the scan result. 
  • Additional logging on file system information during software scanning has been added.
  • The Configname-attribute is now included in the Client-tag of the inventory file.

Corrections in Snow Inventory Agent for Unix 5.0.4:

  • The agent can now connect correctly to Oracle 9i databases.
  • The correct exit code is now returned.

 

In addition to corrected defects, the following feature have been added to this release;

Hypervisor detection for Azure and Amazon EC2 environments.Specifically, the Manufacturer/Model fields will be set to Microsoft/Azure or Amazon.com, Inc./Elastic Cloud 2.

To maximize the value of this feature, additional functionality will be released in both SnowInventory Server and Snow License Manager.

Release information

Product:                              Snow Inventory Agent for Linux
New version:                      5.1 
Build no:                             #
Revision:                             #
Release date:                     September 20,  2017
Distribution                       MSI Setup package and SUS
Current status:                 QA Approved

Enhancements in Snow Inventory Agent for Linux 5.1.0:

HYPERVISOR DETECTION FOR MICROSOFT AZURE AND AMAZON EC2:
This version of the Snow Inventory agent for Windows i additional hypervisor detection for Azure and Amazon EC2 environments. Specifically, the Manufacturer/Model fields will be set to Microsoft/Azure or Amazon.com, Inc./Elastic Cloud 2. To maximize the value of this feature, additional functionality will be released in both Snow Inventory Server and Snow License Manager. For more details, please refer to the release notes for these products.

Corrections in Snow Inventory Agent for Linux 5.1.0:

  • In a Citrix XenServer environment, the agent now detects Hypervisor details, such as Hypervisor name, Manufacturer, and Model.
  • A new setting “ignore_bind_mounts” has been added. When enabled, the agent will not scan bind mounts, under specific conditions. More details can be found in the detailed configuration documentation.
  • The request header sent to the server now includes site name. In the future, this data will enable the Inventory Server to block unwanted agents from sending files.
  • A new configuration setting <Environment><Ignore> can be used to exclude specified environment variables from the scan result. More details can be found in the detailed configuration documentation.

Product Update on Snow Inventory Server 5.2.0

Snow Inventory Server 5.2, part of the Snow Cloud Discovery release 2017:2, is released to market.

Organizations are struggling to gain visibility into the SaaS applications being used across their estates. Snow's new cloud discovery capabilities enable organizations to gain that visibility. By providing the details about which applications are being used, on what devices, by which users, and for how long, Snow provides decision makers with the insight to effectively control SaaS consumption and cost.

 

Release information

Product:                              Snow Inventory Server
New version:                      5.2 
Release date:                     September 20,  2017
Distribution                       MSI Setup package and SUS
Current status:                 Released

Features

Saas discovery and usage metering

Organizations are struggling to gain visibility into the SaaS applications being used across their estates. Snow's new cloud discovery capabilities enable organizations to gain that visibility. By providing the details about which applications are being used, on what devices, by which users, and for how long, Snow provides decision makers with the insight to effectively control SaaS consumption and cost.

To enable SaaS application information to be presented in Snow License Manager, the following feature has been added to Inventory Server 5.2.0:

  • Activation of Cloud Application Discovery and Metering from the Admin Console, for Windows agents running version 5.2.0 or higher.

The agents will receive metering rules and patterns through their regular connection with the Inventory Server and will include the SaaS data along with the regular scan result.

Note:

  • Cloud application metering rules are downloaded on the Inventory Server through the Snow Update Service (SUS). SUS needs to run once to upgrade the server and then again to download the rule files for the agents. The Inventory Server will start to apply the new rules after a configurable interval (default is 12 hours), see the user guide for details.

Enhancements

The following enhancements have been made in Inventory Server 5.2:

  • Azure and Amazon EC2 are now included in the list of supported hypervisor platforms. To avail of this functionality, installed agents need to be at least version 5.2 for Windows environments, and 5.1 for Linux.
  • Visualization of servers in the Admin Console has been improved through the addition of a "Last update" column. Servers that have been inactive for 7 days, or more, are marked in light grey.
  • For security reasons, the Inventory Server version number has been removed from the server splash screen.
  • To lower the impact on the network, the default network discovery interval has been increased from 30 seconds to 24 hours. This interval is configurable in the module configuration snowsoftware.inventory.discovery2.networkdiscoverymodule (see user guidefor details).
  • LDAP over SSL (LDAPS) paths are now supported for Active Directory discovery.
  • Performance improvements made in SQL data views will reduce the time it takes for the Data Update Job (DUJ) to complete.
  • A new setting (DaysOfCumulativeTableHistoryToKeep) has been added to control the number of days cumulative data, such as metering, metering concurrency, and user login information, are stored in the Inventory database.
  • Performance improvements have been made in AD discovery.

 

Corrections

The following corrections have been made in Inventory Server 5.2:

  • In the Admin Console, the scheduling page has been updated to better reflect the applicable settings in the agent (TFS: 18807)  
  • Virtual applications are now correctly exposed in the Data Update Job. (TFS: 20948)
  • Performance enhancements have been made in the process to delete users from the Data Update Job (TFS: 20950)

Known Limitation

A known limitation exists regarding the discovery data retrieved by new Snow Integration Connectors for Azure and Amazon EC2. Based on the current identity model, computers with the same hostname and IP-address will be merged. In an upcoming release, this will be adjusted to cater for situations where this is not the expected behavior. 

Product Update on Snow Inventory Agent for Linux 5.1

In addition to corrected defects, the following feature have been added to this release:

Hypervisor detection for Azure and Amazon EC2 environments. Specifically, the Manufacturer/Model fields will be set to Microsoft/Azure or Amazon.com, Inc./Elastic Cloud 2.

To maximize the value of this feature, additional functionality will be released in both Snow
Inventory Server and Snow License Manager.

Release information

Product:                              Snow Inventory Agent for Linux
New version:                      5.1 
Release date:                     September 20,  2017
Distribution                       SUS or setup package from Support
Current status:                 Released

Enhancements in Snow Inventory Agent for Linux 5.1:

HYPERVISOR DETECTION FOR MICROSOFT AZURE AND AMAZON EC2:
This version of the Snow Inventory agent for Windows i additional hypervisor detection for Azure and Amazon EC2 environments. Specifically, the Manufacturer/Model fields will be set to Microsoft/Azure or Amazon.com, Inc./Elastic Cloud 2. To maximize the value of this feature, additional functionality will be released in both Snow Inventory Server and Snow License Manager. For more details, please refer to the release notes for these products.

Corrections in Snow Inventory Agent for Linux 5.1:

  • In a Citrix XenServer environment, the agent now detects Hypervisor details, such as Hypervisor name, Manufacturer, and Model.
  • A new setting “ignore_bind_mounts” has been added. When enabled, the agent will not scan bind mounts, under specific conditions. More details can be found in the detailed configuration documentation.
  • The request header sent to the server now includes site name. In the future, this data will enable the Inventory Server to block unwanted agents from sending files.
  • A new configuration setting <Environment><Ignore> can be used to exclude specified environment variables from the scan result. More details can be found in the detailed configuration documentation.

 

This version of Snow Inventory Agent for Windows corrects the following defect:

  • The run counter is now reported correctly for software usage metering. Previously, a bug introduced in version 5.1.0 and included also in versions 5.1.1 and 5.2.0 have caused both fields “Run” and “Per run” to show up incorrectly in Snow License Manager.
  • An issue with parsing of the web application patterns file has been resolved.
  • A potential risk with a non-threadsafe pointer in web application metering has been mitigated.

 

Corrections in Snow Inventory Agent for Windows 5.2.1:

  • The run counter is now reported correctly for software usage metering. Previously, a bug introduced in version 5.1.0 and included also in versions 5.1.1 and 5.2.0 have caused both fields “Run” and “Per run” to show up incorrectly in Snow License Manager (PRB0040829)
  • An issue with parsing of the web application patterns file has been resolved
  • A potential risk with a non-threadsafe pointer in web application metering has been
    mitigated

In addition to corrected defects below, the following features have been added to this release;
Hypervisor detection for Azure and Amazon EC2 environments. Specifically, the Manufacturer/Model fields will be set to Microsoft/Azure or Amazon.com, Inc./Elastic Cloud 2.

To maximize the value of this feature, additional functionality will be released in both Snow Inventory Server and Snow License Manager. For more details, please refer to the release notes for these products.

 

Release information

Product:                 Snow Inventory Agent for Windows

New version:         5.2.0

Release date:        July 19, 2017

Distribution:          MSI package at RTM and SUS on July 26

Current status:     Released

 

Enhancements in Snow Inventory Agent for Windows 5.2.0:

  • HYPERVISOR DETECTION FOR MICROSOFT AZURE AND AMAZON EC2:
    This version of the Snow Inventory agent for Windows i additional hypervisor detection for Azure and
    Amazon EC2 environments. Specifically, the Manufacturer/Model fields will be set to Microsoft/Azure or Amazon.com, Inc./Elastic Cloud 2. To maximize the value of this feature, additional functionality will be released in both Snow Inventory Server and Snow License Manager. For more details, please refer to the release notes for
    these products.

Corrections in Snow Inventory Agent for Windows 5.2.0:

  • If the time setting for inventory scheduling in the configuration file is invalid, the agent defaults
    scheduling to 09:00.
  • The error-handling mechanism for loss of network connectivity during data transmission has been
    improved to ensure that the agent service continues to run. (PRB0040791)
  • Compatibility issues with older versions of Windows such as Windows 2003 and XP have been
    corrected.
  • A problem with impersonation no longer causes the agent to stop scanning. (PRB0040698)