Original Publication Date: 09/17/2013
Version 1.0.3 of the Edge Portal for iOS devices is now available. The download is available from the iTunes app store.
|389041||In Access Policy Manager 11.4, the administrator can now enforce a PIN lock and the PIN lock grace period on iOS Edge Portal devices.|
|397456, 424765||Edge Portal now supports iPhone 5, iPod 5th generation, and all devices with retina displays.|
|429065||The session variable session.client.mac_address has been removed from the client info in this release.|
|383685||Edge Portal now allows username and password to be entered in separate fields in the authentication dialog.|
|389436||Some formatting errors in the user guide were fixed.|
|419595||The UDID unique identifier was removed from the Edge Portal, and detection for jailbroken devices was added.|
|424769||Previously, Edge Portal cached the password in memory even when the user switched to a different username or configuration. This no longer occurs.|
|424849||Previously, sometimes Edge Portal failed to connect, or failed to connect reliably, to a web application on an Access Policy Manager that had no connectivity profile configured. Now Edge Portal can connect to such a web application.|
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