Base version 3.2.7 is certified for the Virtual Appliance.
[Updated 02-Feb-2012] Base version 3.2.9 is certified for the Virtual Appliance.
Virtual Appliance Host Detection - A new “Health” tab has been added to the Status page that gives Virtual Appliance administrators insight to the detected CPU, Memory and Storage configuration.
Resolved an issue where leaving blank IP octet fields would convert them to “0”. Now an error message is returned.
Resolved an issue where multiple installations occurring at the same time caused site installations to fail.
Resolved an issue where certificate chain generation fails if two certificates have the same subject name.
Resolved an issue where Server Listen Ports sometimes failed after the appliance was rebooted.
Resolved an issue where automatically built certificate chains were used instead of manually uploaded certificate chains.
Resolved an issue where Check For Updates was being blocked by certain public DNS servers such as Google or OpenDNS.
Resolved an issue where TCP timestamps could cause problems with certain Customer Clients being able to connect to the appliance.
Resolved an issue with SSL Certificates with expiration dates greater than 2038 being displayed as January 1, 1970.
The release notes link now opens a new tab or window instead of the current window.
Removed the note about using a DNS address in the Common Name field on the Create Certificate interface. Though the use of Subject Alternative Names is recommended, certificates with only a Common Name are still honored.
Updated the text for the country code in new certificates and certificate requests to “Country (Two digit ISO 3166 code)”. Note that 3- and 1-digit country codes are not currently supported.
[Updated 02-Feb-2012] Resolved an issue where the appliance was not reachable after a reboot if the hostname was not resolvable.
Service Patch 12 is included in Base versions 3.2.7 & 3.2.9.