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V 2.1.2.5

Release Dates

Version 2.1.2.5 – 28th July, 2014

Release Information

Upgrade procedure

            Administrative permission is required for installation.In case you are going to deploy CTAS as a Collector, please make sure that the machine on 
            which you are installing CTAS is in the domain whose Domain Administrative credentials you  want to use for installing.
 
            1.    Download CTAS installer from: http://www.cyberoam.com/cyberoamclients.html. For Cyberoam versions prior to 10.02.0 Build 473, 
                 please install CTAS Version 1.0.1.2.
              
            2.    Double-click the downloaded CTAS installer and follow the on-screen steps. Refer to the following KB articles for configuration instructions:
                                               Implement Clientless Single Sign On Authentication in Single Active Directory Domain Controller Environment
                            OR
                            Implement Clientless Single Sign On Authentication in Multiple Active Directory Domain Controller Environment


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Introduction
This document contains the release notes for Cyberoam Transparent Authentication Suite (CTAS) Version 2.1.2.5. The following sections describe the release in detail.
Enhancements
    
1. Advanced Tab Enhancements
 
         a. Configuration Synchronization and its Logging

From this version, following new sub-section is added to the Advanced tab:
          
Configuration Sync: It lets administrator to replicate CTAS configuration from one CTAS installation to another and also generates logs for the same. 
   
   CTAS configurations are pushed from CTAS Machine 1 to target Machine 2 only if both have CTAS version 2.1.2.5 or above installed. 

   This sub-section has two buttons:

   1Configuration Sync: Click this button and specify the IP Address of the target Machine on which CTAS Agent/Collector/Suite is installed.            
 
        Depending upon the CTAS installation type (Agent, Collector or Suite), CTAS component configurations will be synchronized from 
         CTAS Machine 1 to Machine 2 in the following manner:

Machine 1 (CTAS Installation Type)

Machine 2 (CTAS Installation Type)

Agent

SSO Suite (Agent values will be Sync) 

Collector

SSO Suite (Collector values will be Sync) 

Agent

Agent

Collector

Collector 

SSO Suite

SSO Suite 


      
           Note: Synchronization is disallowed for all other CTAS installation combinations on CTAS Machine 1 and 2. . 

       
   2. View Sync Logs: Use this button to View Configuration Sync logs.


        bConfiguration Synchronization and its Logging

From this version, the Logging sub-section is enhanced with the “Log Level” feature to neatly categorize CTAS logs and Logging event logs.

The View Logging Events button is added which allows the Administrator to filter out CTAS specific logs from Event Viewer logs of the Machine 
where CTA Agent is installed. These logs are saved as a text file of the title “logging_events.log”.
The button next to the Log Level field consists of a drop down which when clicked shows two Log Level options:
Debug – Select this option to generate a detailed log file for CTAS and Logging Event logs. 
The set of logs can be viewed by clicking the View Log and View Logging Events button respectively. 
Trace – Select this option to generate a filtered and more event specific log file for CTAS and Logging Event logs. 
The set of logs can be viewed by clicking the View Log and View Logging Events button respectively. 


Bugs Solved

Bug ID - 412

Description – CTAS initiates WMI query for hosts/networks added in the Exclusion List.

Bug ID - 404

Description – CTAS “Advanced” tab and “Backup / Restore” sub title is incorrectly spelled as “Advance” and “Back Restore” respectively.

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