On Feb. 6, 2013 we released version 1.3.1 of the Roaming Client for Mac OS X.
This feature release introduces the "Turn off behind a trusted network" feature. This will allow admins to specify that they would like any Roaming Clients that are brought on-premise (and are being protected by a Network policy) to disable themselves until they leave and return to a roaming state. This will be optional, and default to "disabled", meaning admins will need to explicitly enable this feature.
Change Summary (1.2.0 to 1.3.1)
- Feature: ERC now has the ability to turn off if it detects it is being protected by a network policy
- Bugfix: 10.8 users will no longer see a "DYLD" messages in new terminal windows (fix applied on reboot)
- Bugfix: displaying wrong policy origin id in dashboard 2
- Bugfix: NSArray out-of-bounds exception
- Updated Diagnostic Tool