The following issue is addressed in this release.
Table 2: General resolved issues
|When viewing effective permissions with conflicting results, the UI now returns a message indicating that the conflicting changes cannot be displayed (rather than an error message).
|Performance is improved when re-enrolling devices.
|Sideloaded apps no longer get updated multiple times.
|Clearing notifications was clearing for all users, not just the logged-in user.
|Windows Defender configuration profiles could not be linked to a policy when a Windows firewall configuration was already linked.
|Removing a Windows custom profile from a device could result in a 404 error if the OMA URI did not support the DELETE operation.
|UI messaging is improved when unenrolling or deleting a device.
|UI messaging is improved when attempting to upload an invalid appconfig.xml file.
|An error message is displayed when uploading an appconfig.xml file without a presentation section.
|The policy manager was only sending the next available command with each inventory run instead of sending all available.
|Personal passcode rules on Android 12 work profiles no longer continually try to install since they are not supported in Android 12+.
The following issues are known to exist at the time of release.
Table 3: General known issues
|On Android, when installing kiosk apps during enrollment, the Installation Window may close prematurely leaving a blank app window. This should resolve automatically within a few minutes, after the apps in question complete installation.
|Android app associated with a policy appears to be installed on a device before it is actually installed, for example when the device is unavailable.
|Windows variable replacement does not remove spaces.
|An Android agent update causes the device to exit kiosk mode.
|Some types of option sets are not applied to Android COPE devices.
|Smart label is not automatically including new macOS 12 devices.
|The KACE Connect app occasionally fails to deploy with the configured settings. The root issue is that the app settings are not always imported from Google Play appropriately. Deleting the app from the library and re-importing typically fixes the issue.
|iOS restriction sets can occasionally get left behind on a device. This is rarely an issue when applied through policies, but can occur if a restriction set is manually deployed to the device before the policy manager has a chance to push it.
|Installing a VPP (iOS) app to device while assigning the license to the user (instead of the device) fails.
|An Android Web App cannot be deleted from the app library if it was unapproved from the Google Play store.
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