These release notes provide information about the Quadrotech Nova by Quest release.
May 05, 2021
Quadrotech Nova's default color palette has been updated to be more inline with Quest On Demand.
When a section of a report is cloned, filters now remain when a chart or section type is changed.
When a chart widget returns data that values zero, the message 'Your chart has been created, but cannot be displayed as all values returned are zero' will appear.
Delegated administrators can now execute custom PowerShell commands.
May 05, 2021
Issue ID #
Special characters are incorrectly exported in a CSV file.
The following is a list of issues, including those issues attributed to third-party products, known to exist at the time of release.
·With Nova it is possible for a delegated administrator to assign a manager to a user. In a hybrid environment if the user is still on-premise then assigning the manager will not work.
·A delegated administrator in Nova may not be able to create a new Office 365 group. They will not receive an error message, but the job to create the group will fail.
oWorkaround: If the customer organization requires specific prefixes in naming a group they must be entered by the delegated administrator in order for the group to be created. For example if an organization requires all groups to start GRP-somename, then that needs to be entered when creating the new group.
·In some situations, you may receive an error that says Error loading application.
oWorkaround: The issue is that delegation and policy control configuration isnt set up for the tenant that you are accessing. You can change to a different tenant that does have this configured, from the list of tenants that you have access to. To do this, click on your profile and select a different tenant from the list.
·The user interface may appear to not load any menus.
oWorkaround: This issue occurs when there is no license or trial license applied to the tenant. Using the Tenant Management System a trial or full license needs to be applied to the tenant.