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Rolling out through the end of July, v.122 brings new remote session protocols, user and role groups, and several REST API enhancements. And don’t forget: this release, along with future releases, will be deployed during new Monday/Wednesday deployment windows (rather than prior Tuesday/Thursday deployment windows).
New UI coming soon!
LogicMonitor will be rolling out a new user interface on a page-by-page basis over the coming months, beginning with the Alerts page.
LogicMonitor’s Remote Session feature now supports two new protocols for connecting to your devices from within the LogicMonitor portal: Telnet and VNC. At the time of remote session initiation, you’ll choose from one of four protocols (RDP and SSH were already supported) to establish a device connection.
Additionally, a new set of remote session properties are available that allow you to override a protocol’s default port. To learn more about Remote Session and the new protocols supported, see Remote Session.
Note: Collector version EA28.600 or higher is required in order to use the new Telnet and VNC protocols.
Users and roles can now be organized into groups. With this feature addition, more granular role-based access control (RBAC) can be applied to the viewing and management of users across the platform.
For example, previously, a user with permissions to run reports could see all users across the system when establishing report delivery recipients. With the addition of user groups, this same user can now have restrictions placed upon their permissions that limit which groups of users they are able to see in this context. Similarly, user reveal within the context of report output and alert delivery settings can also be restricted on this more granular level.
As shown here, if a user only has permissions for Group A, only those users in Group A will be presented when scheduling report delivery. Similar behavior will be seen when building recipient groups, setting escalation chain recipients, and performing other tasks that require user selection.
LogicModules added or updated since the last release.
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