These release notes provide information about the Metalogix®Sensitive Content Manager release. Metalogix® Sensitive Content Manager 1.90.1 is a patch release to ensure that Metalogix Sensitive Content Manager can operate in environments where Windows Servers have been configured to require FIPS compliant algorithms.
Metalogix Sensitive Content Manager (SCM) is a service that provides a reliable, accurate and flexible solution for detecting sensitive information such as Personally Identifiable Information (PII), Protected Health Information (PHI), Payment Card Industry (PCI) and General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) within enterprise content management systems. With on-demand scanning, administrators can flag specific libraries, sites, or site collections for content discovery, or enable real-time content shield by analyzing files as they are created, modified, moved, or destroyed.
This version of Metalogix Sensitive Content Manager introduces the following features:
Improved installer user experience
·Full installer redesign using InstallShield®
·Added upgrade functionality
·Added repair functionality
·Added uninstallation functionality
·Added online and offline license activation functionality within the installer
·Improved service scalability
·Removed the need to obtain an SSL footprint before installation
·Improved SSL certificate selection and creation
·Removed the need for the installer account to be a domain administrator
Improved menu selections and license management
·Removed the dashboard page
·Removed unnecessary fields from the license information page
·Redesigned the landing page
Improved Term Weights and Profile Thresholds
·Adjusted the weights of the out-of-the-box profile search terms
·Lowered the thresholds of the out-of-the-box profile severity ratings
·Added support for SQL 2014, 2016 and 2017
·Added support for Microsoft Windows Server 2016 and 2019
·Centralized logging for improved troubleshooting
The following is a list of issues addressed in this release.
Files are returned with the error Unable to Classify in client environments where Windows Servers have been configured to require FIPS compliant algorithms.
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