On Thursday, November 3, 2022, Cisco Umbrella has released version 3.0.335 as a release candidate.
On Wednesday, November 9, 2022, Cisco Umbrella has released version 3.0.335 to the first wave.
The release of 3.0.335 was paused after the first release wave. A hotfix build was issued as 3.0.343.
Change Summary (3.0.332-3.0.335)
- Enhancements to diagnostic tool
- UserPrincipalName is checked first instead of Active Directory GUID to retrieve user identity from the operating system
- Fixed an issue on Azure VMs where gateway address was not updating
- Fixed an issue where scheduled OS restarts were causing client to generate memory dumps
- Fixed an issue that affected automatic upgrades when uninstall and service control protection is enabled
- Fixed a rare case where duplicate device registration was occurring
- Now prevent automatic version downgrades on locked release tracks
- Security improvements
- Limit of stores memory dump files reduced from ten to three
DNSCryptProxy can crash when DNS queries are sent over TCP and the session is closed prematurely by the source (operating system, browser or other application). See https://support.umbrella.com/hc/en-us/articles/11184450239636-Attention-Windows-Umbrella-roaming-client-issue-with-DNSCryptProxy-crashing for more information.
Updates will automatically be delivered in waves. Please ask us if you need to know which release wave you are in.
To upgrade machines early for validation, download the new version here. Run the installer as a user with sufficient privileges.
Admins who require full control of updates are encouraged to migrate to the Cisco Secure Client or AnyConnect release 4.10 MR6. Cisco Secure Client offers full cloud control of all updates, and can be deployed with VPN functionality disabled.