oneFileSync V2.3.4 Update
NIRIX is pleased to announce oneFileSync Version 2.3.4, our latest release that includes a host of new features, improvements, and fixes.
oneFileSync New Features & Improvements
- Windows Agent Support for Windows 10—The oneFileSync Agent is supported on Windows 10.
- Various Improvements to the File Sync Conflict UI—Improvements have been made to the Agent GUI to help users better understand file sync conflicts related to collisions and locked file revisions, and how to remediate.
- Improved Filtering in the Activity Tab—In the Activity tab of the web portal, filtering has been improved so that you can now conduct a search to view activity performed by a specific account including Guests.
- Share Link Dialog Box Now Parses RFC-Style Addresses—The Share Access web dialog box has been enhanced to properly validate and parse RFC-style email addresses that specify both a name and email address.
- Data Quota Specified in the Agent’s Properties Dialog Box—Total storage quota is now specified in the General tab of the agent Properties dialog box.
- Leading and Trailing Spaces Now Removed When Searching Accounts—When searching for Accounts in the Accounts tab of the administrative web portal, leading and trailing spaces are now automatically removed to improve search results.
- Improved Agent Sync Service Stop/Start Speed—Improved response time when stopping and/or starting Agent Sync Service on Windows XP or Windows Server 2003 environments.
- More Consistent UI/UX for the Pause Sync Feature—The Agent’s Pause Sync feature has been improved so that it consistently reflects its status when pausing and unpausing in low bandwidth environments.
- Mac OS X Agent version 2.3.3 Sync/Update Issue is no longer an issue with oneFileSync version 2.3.4+ for Mac.
- All Activity Alerts Now Send as Expected—Previously, the Add a Team Share Subscription To activity alert, as well as the Removed a Team Share Subscription From activity alert, did not always send as expected. This has been fixed.
- Incorrect Agent Status—Previously, in a few instances, agents were displaying syncing status while not actively syncing content, requiring a service restart. This has been fixed.
- Collision Resolution Dialog Popping Up After it was Disabled—In a single instance, there was an issue where the collision resolution dialog would prompt the user for action, even when disabled.
Please contact our CutomerCare team if you have any questions.