This hotfix resolves specific previous issues. This document outlines why you should install this hotfix.
Many of these improvements were made in direct response to suggestions from our customers. We thank you for your time and valuable input. We hope you continue to help us ensure that our products meet all your needs. You can post feedback in the CloudAccess forum on NetIQ Communities, our online community that also includes product information, blogs, and links to helpful resources.
The following sections outline the key features and functions provided by this version, as well as issues resolved in this release.
This hotfix for CloudAccess and MobileAccess includes various operating system security updates.
CloudAccess includes the following enhancements and software fixes.
This hotfix includes update OpenSSL 1.0.1q, which includes a fix for the Logjam TLS vulnerabilities. For more information, see the following: CVE-2015-4000.
The connector for Google Apps now supports JSON documents as well as PKCS12 certificates. (Bug 958812)
After you install this hotfix, the search option on the end user portal works as expected. (Bug 957840)
This hotfix requires an existing installation of one of the following versions of CloudAccess or MobileAccess:
2.2.1 Hotfix 4 (2.2.1-14)
For detailed information on hardware requirements and supported operating systems and browsers, see NetIQ CloudAccess and MobileAccess Installation and Configuration Guide.
You can update a CloudAccess or MobileAccess appliance with this hotfix only through the update channel. For more information about updating the appliance, see NetIQ CloudAccess and MobileAccess Installation and Configuration Guide.
Perform the following steps to verify that the update was successful.
Access the administration console at https://dns_of_appliance/appliance/index.html, then log in with the appliance administrator credentials.
Click the appliance, then click About. Verify that the version listed in the window is 2.3.0-235.
The Connectors Guide for CloudAccess 2.3 specified that you must add four scopes when you create the Google service account. However, the service account also needs permission to use an additional “feeds” scope for the connector to configure the SSO settings in the Google domain. (Bug 960785)
When you set up the Google service account, in addition to the four scopes listed in the Connectors Guide, ensure that you include the following scope:
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