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On Demand Recovery Current - Release Notes

Release History

Release 1.5.34 (2020/10/05)

Fixes

Fix ID Description
RMAZ-1623

Made adjustments to the Application Proxy backup and restore feature to compensate for the modification that Microsoft made to an API endpoint.

Release 1.5.33 (2020/10/01)

Fixes

Fix ID Description
RMAZ-1606

Second restore of hard deleted user unable to complete due to more than one user being found when matching.

Release 1.5.32 (2020/09/24)

New Features

Enchantment ID Description
RMAZ-1335

From this version, On Demand Recovery restores Azure AD Application Proxy applications.

RMAZ-1435 Application Proxy settings can be restored from the Differences report.

Release 1.5.31 (2020/08/27)

Fixes

Issue ID Description
RMAZ-1436 On Demand Recovery can restore/validate application role assignments that have invalid IDs.

Release 1.5.29 (2020/08/13)

New Features

Enhancement ID Description
RMAZ-1559 From this version, On Demand Recovery restores gallery applications using Beta API.

Release 1.5.26 (2020/07/28)

Fixes

Issue ID Description
RMAZ-1482 On Demand Recovery may display wrong timestamps for hybrid objects on the Events screen.

Release 1.5.25 (2020/07/23)

Fixes

Issue ID Description
RMAZ-1443 The Hybrid restore operation does not randomly restore some hybrid attributes.

Release 1.5.23 (2020/07/16)

New Features

Enhancement ID Description
RMAZ-1457 When deleting a group, all links that were affected by this action are shown in the Differences report, e.g. Azure AD group membership, SharePoint groups membership, conditional access policies, group owners, and application assignments.

Release 1.5.22 (2020/06/30)

Fixes

Issue ID Description
RMAZ-1452 Backup creation can fail when getting a password from Azure Key Vault.
RMAZ-1448 Hybrid recovery from encrypted backups does not work.

Release 1.5.21 (2020/06/18)

Fixes

Issue ID Description
RMAZ-1317 Hybrid recovery stability has been improved.

Release 1.5.20 (2020/06/16)

Fixes

Issue ID Description
RMAZ-1442 Improved stability of On Demand Recovery backups.

Release 1.5.18 (2020/06/09)

Fixes

Issue ID Description
RMAZ-1432 The ssoSettings attribute of a service principal cannot be restored for the corresponding non-gallery Application.

Release 1.5.17 (2020/06/02)

Fixes

Issue ID Description
RMAZ-1428 Backup settings did not display correctly in the "Create backup" dialog due to a problem with the empty 'created' field.

Incident response management

Quest Operations and Quest Support have procedures in place to monitor the health of the system and ensure any degradation of the service is promptly identified and resolved. On Demand modules rely on Azure and AWS infrastructure and as such is subject to the possible disruption of these services.

You can view the following status pages:

System Requirements

On Demand Recovery supports the following browsers:

  • Microsoft Internet Explorer 11
  • Microsoft Edge
  • Google Chrome (latest version)
  • Mozilla Firefox (latest version)

Product Licensing

On Demand Recovery is a Software as a Service (SaaS) application where application software is hosted in the cloud and made available to users through quest-on-demand.com.

Use of this software is governed by the Software Transaction Agreement found at www.quest.com/legal/sta.aspx and the SaaS Addendum at www.quest.com/legal/saas-addendum.aspx. This software does not require an activation or license key to operate.

You can sign in to as a Guest user and sample the solutions the product can offer. As a Guest user, you can add your Azure AD tenant and look for problems that can be solved by On Demand Recovery. To sign in as a Guest user, go to quest-on-demand.com and click Continue as Guest.

Trial licenses are available. To enable a trial license, you must use a Quest account to sign up for On Demand Recovery. Use one of the following procedures:

  • To enable a trial license with an existing Quest account
  • To create a Quest account and enable a trial license

To enable a trial license with an existing Quest account

  1. Go to https://www.quest.com/on-demand/.
  2. Scroll down to the module you are interested in and click Try Online.
  3. On the Free Trial of Recovery page, click Sign In for your Free Trial.
  4. Fill in your Quest account credentials and click Sign In. The Welcome to page opens.
  5. In the Add organization name field, enter a name for your organization.
  6. In the Select Region field, select the region where you want your data to reside.
  7. Click Create New Organization.

You can now add your Azure AD tenant and begin using the module. See the On Demand Recovery User Guide for more information on working with On Demand Recovery.

To create a Quest account and enable a trial license

  1. Go to https://www.quest.com/on-demand/.
  2. Scroll down to the module you are interested in and click Try Online.
    To try online, you must create a Quest account and then sign up for On Demand Recovery.
  3. Create a Quest account.
    1. Click Create a Trial Account.
    2. Fill in the fields on the Create Account page. Note that the email and password entered here will be the credentials you use to sign in to On Demand Recovery.
    3. Click Create Account.
      The “We’ve sent you an email” page opens.
  4. Sign in to On Demand Recovery.
    1. Go to your email account and open the email from support.quest.com. Click on the verification link. The Welcome to page opens.
    2. In the Add organization name field, enter a name for your organization.
    3. In the Select Region field, select the region where you want your data to reside.
    4. Click Create New Organization.

You can now add your Azure AD tenant and begin using the module. See the On Demand Recovery User Guide for more information on working with On Demand Recovery.

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