NetIQ Self Service Password Reset 4.4 Patch Update 7 resolves several previous issues.
This patch update resolves specific previous issues. This document outlines why you should install this patch update.
This service pack improves usability and resolves several previous issues.
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NetIQ Self Service Password Reset 4.4 Patch Update 7 includes the following improvement:
NetIQ Self Service Password Reset 4.4 Patch Update 7 includes the following security improvement:
Sensitive information disclosure in specific product configuration. For more information CVE-2020-25837.
NetIQ Self Service Password Reset 4.4 Patch Update 7 includes the following software fixes:
The user activation token page does not mask the tokens even after theconfigurationis enabled.
When browsing the organization chart after eliminating the unmatched users, the application forces the user to logout. This happens due to incorrect handling of.
NetIQ Self Service Password Reset includes support for the following operating system versions:
Appliance: You can deploy the Self Service Password Reset appliance in the following virtual systems:
Hyper-V version 2016 (version 10 with the latest patches)
VMware ESX 6.5 or later
Windows .msi File: You can deploy the Self Service Password Reset .msi file on the following platforms:
Windows Server 2016
Windows Server 2012
Windows Server 2019
Microsoft Azure Marketplace Windows 2016
WAR File: You can deploy the Self Service Password Reset WAR file on the following platforms:
Red Hat Enterprise Linux Server 7.4 or later (64-bit)
SUSE Linux Enterprise Server or later (64-bit)
12 SP 3
11 SP 4
Amazon Web Service EC2 SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 12 SP 3
Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7.4
SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 12 SP 3
For detailed information about system requirements, supported operating systems, and browsers, see Self Service Password Reset 4.4 Administration Guide.
To install Self Service Password Reset, see Self Service Password Reset 4.4 Installation Guide.
To upgrade your current deployment of Self Service Password Reset to this version, see Self Service Password Reset 4.4 Installation Guide.
Log in to the Self Service Password Reset administration console as an administrator.
In the toolbar, click your name and then click.
Click thetab and then verify that the is the latest one.
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