This update to Novell Storage Manager 4.0 for eDirectory is a maintenance release that offers new functionality and addresses several bug fixes.
IMPORTANT:As of December 31, 2014, Novell discontinued Extended Support for Open Enterprise Server 2. As a result, the components located in the SLES10 folder of the Novell Storage Manager 4.0 ISO are included as a courtesy for Open Enterprise Server 2 customers who have not yet upgraded to a supported version of Open Enterprise Server. These components are not supported, and their inclusion is not an indication that they are supported.
Novell Storage Manager will continue to support Open Enterprise Server 2 as a storage target.
This build addresses the OpenSSL FREAK vulnerability. For more information, see https://cve.mitre.org/cgi-bin/cvename.cgi?name=CVE-2015-0204.
New features have been made to the NSMAdmin administrative interface as well as to the NSM Engine.
Events generated by objects created in an environment where Domain Services for Windows (DSfW) has been configured generate invalid object FDNs, which are now corrected by the NSM Engine.
This update addresses previous bugs with the Event Monitor and NSM Engine.
When an Event Monitor misses a heartbeat and the NSM Engine is in a time zone whose offset is plus GMT (e.g. GMT +1), the Event Monitor configuration no longer indicates that a warning is present with the affected Event Monitor.
Fixed the issue where vaulting of a deleted user’s storage would not take place.
Fixed the issue relating to user create events not processing properly when followed by a rename event for the same user.
Fixed the issue where events that would appear to be eligible would not process unless the NSM Engine service was restarted.