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ESET Secure Authentication version 2.2.0.786 has been released


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ESET Secure Authentication version 2.2.0.786 has been released and is available for a free business trial or to purchase.
 
ESET Secure Authentication (ESA) is a mobile-based solution that uses two-factor authentication (2FA) in the form of a one-time password (OTP) to secure access to a company's Virtual Private Network (VPN) or Microsoft Outlook Web App (OWA).
 
Changelog:

  • Added: Support for Microsoft Remote Desktop Protocol (RDP)

Known Issues:

  • On Blackberry devices, it is necessary to manually delete the ESA mobile application to remove old application data before installing a new copy of the ESA mobile application.
  • Certain Symbian mobile devices display a low-resolution ESA mobile app icon.
  • The "ESA Admins AD" security group is not removed during uninstallation.
  • The Auth API requires a "Content-Type" header using the value "application/json," or it returns an HTTP 500 Error.
  • Clicking Cancel on the OTP page for the Exchange 2013 Control Panel takes you back to the logon URL for OWA and not ECP.
  • When an SMS OTP user is logged into OWA on Exchange 2010 and the browser session is idle, the system may send an occasional SMS OTP despite the fact that the user is already logged in.
  • When logging in to a Windows Server 2008 R2 machine with ESA Remote Desktop protection enabled, users are unable to change expired passwords via Remote Desktop. This only manifests when Network Level Authentication is not enforced for Remote Desktop connections.

ESET Secure Authentication FAQ — For frequently asked questions (FAQs), Known Issues, and links to ESET Knowledgebase articles for installing and configuring ESA.
For installation instructions, see the ESET Secure Authentication (ESA) Setup Checklist.

To check availability in your region, contact your local reseller, distributor or ESET office.

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