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Active Administrator 8.5 - Release Notes

Resolved issues

Transaction (Process ID x) was deadlocked

158996

Audit Agent causes too many 4703 events in DC Security event log

185982

AD health module visible when only main product license applied

185933

ADS service not starting

191390

Deleting a Certificate Authority Forest requires a "reload" action before it disappears from GUI

186693

Improve exception handling on ADS service startup

192849

Correct LDAP lookup issues

194841

Disabling Kerberos Delegation on the AD computer object for the AA server results in rejected NT Authority/Anonymous login attempts to the database

198645

Event Description filters not showing for Audit reports

202587

AA Console crashes on Restore when restoring as a user who does not have AD write permissions

201086

Routing issue causing "The Data Analyzer is not ready" error

214654

RODC check in ADS service prevents service from starting when decommissioned DCs are in the database

209297

Alert notifications do not retain selections when being edited

217951

Default-Forest.xml/Customer forest xml files missing nodes after upgrade

214462

AD Health agents do not respect max log size

218818

Some GPO Repository audit events are not being collected

219547

DFSR errors result in agent memory and CPU consumption issues

214647

When adding sites to pooled agents, only first 1000 sites are displayed

221556

Known issues

The following is a list of known issues to exist at the time of release.

Table 2. Known issues

Unable to add a large number of certificates (50+) to a repository when running Azure Active Directory Connect on monitored computers.

227571

AD Health: An object reference error is generated when attempting to delete a custom event log item that was not deployed to all DCs.

227629

Unable to create a new archive database using "SQL, port" format in the Configuration | Archive Databases | New | Database Server option.

229028

 

System requirements

The system requirements are the same for all components of Quest® Active Administrator®. Before installing or upgrading Active Administrator® 8.5, ensure that your system meets the following minimum hardware and software requirements.

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Server hardware requirements

The server is the computer where you install the server component of Active Administrator.

The following table outlines the server hardware requirements.

Processor

1 GHz or higher

Memory

Hard disk space

100 MB

Operating system

NOTE: Active Administrator® does not support Microsoft® Nano Server 2016.
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