The information in this Release Notes file pertains to Novell® PlateSpin® Recon 3.7.1.
For instructions on downloading and upgrading to PlateSpin Recon 3.7.1, see “Upgrading PlateSpin Recon” in the Novell PlateSpin Recon 3.7.1 Getting Started Guide.
For administrative tasks, see the Novell PlateSpin Recon 3.7.1 User Guide.
The documentation for PlateSpin Recon 3.7.1 is inclusive of the documentation for PlateSpin Recon 3.7.
This product contains undocumented utilities that Novell Support might use to diagnose or correct problems.
PlateSpin Recon 3.7.1 includes the following new features and enhancements:
Support for cross-domain authentication that allows you to connect the PlateSpin Recon 3.7.1 Client to the PlateSpin Recon Server regardless of their domains.
Support for generating three new reports based on the monitored data:
Disk Allocation Report: Displays the partitioned and unpartitioned disk space information per disk grouped by machine.
Volume Utilization - Average Report: Displays the average volume utilization data per volume grouped by machine.
Volume Utilization - Peak Report: Displays the peak value of the volume utilization data per volume grouped by machine.
The following issue that was discovered in the original shipping version of PlateSpin Recon 3.7 has been resolved in this release:
550155: Monitoring of Windows machine fails with the access denied error if the domain user credentials are used.
Some of the issues that were discovered in the original shipping version of PlateSpin Recon 3.7 have not yet been resolved. For continuing issues, review the PlateSpin Recon 3.7 Release Notes.
If the PlateSpin Recon 3.7.1 Client is installed on a standalone device and you have successfully logged into the client by selecting theoption, you are prompted to provide the PlateSpin Recon Server login credentials.
Workaround: None. Provide the PlateSpin Recon Server credentials when prompted.
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