Original Publication Date: 12/01/2014
Version 2.0.2 of the Edge Client for Android devices is now available. The download is available from the app store for your device.
|391750, 391751||The main and about screens previously could only display in portrait (tall) orientation. Now these screens display in both portrait and landscape (wide) orientations.|
|388771||Previously, when the Android Edge Client started from a URL scheme, on a device that had not previously started the VPN, and without the username parameter, the Edge Client would crash. Now this configuration works without crashing.|
|392440||Previously, when the administrator configured the access policy with User Password Caching disabled and Enforce Session Settings enabled, the user could still save the password on the device. Now, with these settings configured, users cannot save passwords on their devices.|
|394751||Previously, when the user received a VPN trust warning dialog, selected the check box to trust the application, then rotated the device, the trust check box was cleared. Now, the check box stays checked when the user selects it.|
|394790||Previously, when the user received a VPN trust warning dialog, selected the check box to trust the application, then rotated the device, the trust check box was cleared. Now, the check box stays checked when the user selects it.|
|373079||When an access policy is configured with the network setting Force all traffic through tunnel, and an Android Edge Client attempts to connect to a page that is denied by an ACL, no ACL denied error page is displayed.|
|394746||When a user is entering credentials in Android Edge Client with the access policy's virtual keyboard, and the user changes the page orientation of the device by rotating, the virtual keyboard disappears.|
|394784||When a user reaches a login error message when entering credentials in Android Edge Client, if the user changes the page orientation of the device by rotating, the error message disappears.|
|397128||When logging on in legacy logon mode, special characters in the password field are not correctly encoded by the Android Edge Client.|
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