Phased rollout beginning August 13, 2019
|Product||Snow License Manager|
|Release date||13 August, 2019|
|Current status||Phased rollout|
|General availability||29 August, 2019|
About this release
This version of Snow License Manager is released in a phased-rollout starting 13 August, 2019. You will receive the update sometime between the start date and general availability.
Note that the subsequent release of Snow License Manager 9.3.3, will come soon; with general availability set for mid September, 2019. We advise you to review the preliminary release notes for Snow License Manager 9.3.3 to determine your most appropriate update path.
Corrections in Snow License Manager 9.3.2:
- The "Last Discovered Date" field is now properly saved even when software has been removed from a computer (PRB0042392, PRB0042459).
- The Web Configurator tool is now able to extract hardware identifiers on a Japanese operating system (PRB0042455).
- Column headers should not be HTML encoded anymore (PRB0042357).
- Correction made to where the EventStore did not create a new password if the password in the database was set to NULL (PRB0042406).
- When editing a License, under the Maintenance & Support tab, the calendars for maintenance periods have been updated with yearly and monthly dropdown options (PRB0042323).
- Stock report filtering for Red Hat is using criteria "Red Hat%" However, the customer might have Red Hat Installations called "Linux Red Hat" therefore, the report is NOT showing "All Computers with Red Hat Operating System" This has now been corrected (PRB0042449).
- Fixed organization criteria in report "Devices per remote server" (PRB0042315).
- Notifications for expired and expiring licenses now take maintenance periods into account (PRB0042285).
- Missing translation when exporting instances on the oracle instances page (PRB0042421).
- The License edit page does now allow the user to past information into the purchase price and quantity column (PRB0042314).
- Removed redundant options from the notification's criteria (PRB0042471).
- The import configuration file is incorrectly setting the import type for agreements to "agreement" should be "contract". This has been fixed now (PRB0042474).
- While removing an overridden bundle you will now be prompted to move any license assigned to the application (PRB0042475).
- Improved logic of the groups-part of the software recognition step, in the data update job, lowering the overall execution time (PRB0042461).
- Optimizations have been made to the Device Applications Bundles Update step in the Update Job (PRB0042486).
- Possible to have Support and Maintenance cost between 0 and 1.
- Windows Server reports show one row per host if host is covered by multiple licenses.
- "Has Windows Server VMs" exclusion computer filter works as expected.
- License assignment tooltip shows the correct information for Windows server family.
- Exclusion list can be exported into SLM supported formats.
- Custom fields assigned to applications are now reassigned to new applications during SRS data transfer (PRB0042358).
- The API will no longer show an exception page when trying to list applications in scenarios where blacklisted applications criteria overlap (PRB0042409).
- 'Programs and Features' now display the correct major version of SLM (PRB0042454).