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    General Remarks

    Product renamed as Glasswall Meteor - previously was known as Glasswall Desktop.

    The Freedom version (freemium) has been withdrawn from service.

    Components / Services Released

    • Glasswall Meteor
    • Embedded Engine v.4.3

    New Features

    • New product branding for Meteor, including new User Guide and product video
    • Support for Windows Server 2019 and above
    • Ability to install software along with a designated config file, which will determine the behaviour of the application
    • Certain edit and delete functions can be disabled within the UI, by passing a readOnlyUI is true in the config.json file
    • The policy settings are no longer editable if 'policyEditable' is true in the config.json file
    • The default clean folder can be defined by providing a path for 'defaultManualCleanFolder' in the config.json file
    • The default audit folder can be defined by providing a path for 'auditFolder' in the config.json file
    • Up to five syncs can be defined within the config.json file
    • Error handling, logging and json validation of config.json file

    Fixes & Improvements

    • Information about how to map cloud folders has been added to the User Guide, within the product
    • Executable or binary software files have been restricted from use within Meteor as these do not benefit from comprehensive CDR, only validation checks and structural remediation
    • Unreachable sync folders will now be shown in the UI in the 'Sync and clean' tab
    • Updated to latest version of Visual C++ Redistributable Package

    Known Issues or Limitations

    • Latest version of the Glasswall Embedded Engine to be updated (next release)
    • SVG images are currently not being processed. This will be possible following the next release
    • Synchronisation of very large folders may reduce performance
    • New functionality limited to Windows

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