Name-match-detector, which allows auto-encryption by path or file name, is now standard. For more info, see https://github.com/AtakamaLLC/atakama_sdk/blob/master/example/name_match/name_match_detector.py
Backup Word Sets can now be created from the command-line interface.
Initial “mass” encryption utilizes multiple cores when available.
Right-click-to-encrypt and other backend menu options are now available for directories and when dealing with more than 15 files at a time (the previous limit).
Device-to-device compatibility is now detected by request type, enabling better mixed-version support.
Alternate public keys are no longer supported. Files currently protected by an alternate public key can be decrypted, but new files cannot be encrypted with the key.
By default, file encryption will not affect file modification times. To disable this behavior add `preserve_mtime: False` to your local configuration file, or enterprise configuration file.
Users will be alerted when the enterprise configuration path specified in the local configuration file is inaccessible.
When an enterprise configuration path is specified in the local configuration file, users will be prevented from onboarding without that configuration loaded.
Resolved a bug that caused a full client view for end users when first-time setup was closed and reopened.
Resolved get_security/set_security support in the Atakama Virtual File System.
Resolved a bug that ended an active session when a superfluous Managed Session request was started.
Fixed a bug that caused a Managed Session to appear on a primary mobile device when that session was started on a non-primary mobile device.
File patterns in the command-line interface commands will now be honored in all cases.
Long paths (greater than 260 characters) in Windows Explorer integrations, such as the backend menus, are now better handled.
Folder paths utilizing environment variables are now properly preserved when importing an enterprise configuration file.
Resolved a bug that caused OneDrive Secure Folders to crash on startup.
Resolved a bug that caused the system to crash when approving a request after closing the Configuration Tool window.
Resolved a bug that caused the system to crash when approving a request after closing the Activate Secure Folder window.
Resolved a bug that caused the system to ignore the immediately lock files after encryption setting.
Resolved a bug relating to profile restriction specifications upon Secure Folder creation in the Key Shard Server.
Administrators without an enterprise configuration can now bootstrap themselves as an enterprise configuration user by signing a new configuration.
During workstation recovery, linked devices will receive MofNops before not-yet-linked devices.
Resolved Bluetooth process restart behavior that sometimes caused error messages.