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Steel-Belted Radius 6.2 Enterprise and Global Enterprise!


cbrauckmiller
Contributor (1)
Oct 5, 2015 8:13pm
Who has been waiting for a new release of SBR?

If you have, tell me what you are hoping is in the release!

Because, I have some good news for you! SBR 6.2 will be released later this month with some long overdue updates.



gpy
Contributor (0)
Oct 8, 2015 3:57pm
we are wainting since mid of june.
gpy
Contributor (0)
Oct 8, 2015 3:59pm
BTW: What does it mean late this month ?
we need a date.

Kind regards
    cbrauckmiller
    Contributor (1)
    Oct 8, 2015 4:02pm
    SBR 6.2 is still in QA and therefore, I cannot provide a release date as yet.

    Rest assured that it will be late this month.

    What feature are you looking for in 6.2?

    Thanks

    Craig
gpy
Contributor (0)
Oct 8, 2015 7:24pm
we are authenticating 20000 workstation with Machine Certificate.
CRL Checking "should be corrected" in the 6.2 and should add some supports for windows10.
We need to know the day this release will be available.
As you can imagine, we have several tests to do prior to put the 6.2 in production.


    cbrauckmiller
    Contributor (1)
    Oct 8, 2015 8:00pm
    Specific to your question

    We are upgrading the OpenSSL libraries that SBR uses to a modern release. This will add support for SHA2 based certs which includes newer cipher suites that Microsoft no requires. So, in theory, Windows 10 will be support as well as fixing the issues that were encountered with Microsoft released patches back in the spring to address several vulnerabilities.

    I would contact your Pulse Secure sales team to see the roadmap of future features being added to SBR in the coming releases.

    Thanks

    Craig
gpy
Contributor (0)
Oct 9, 2015 6:06am
since june we know that the new version should be release 15th of october. We just want to be sure to get it at this date. As explained above, we have to conduct plenty of tests prior to go to production. And the deployment of Windows10 is waiting on it. So if you can provide us a beta version, this will be great.
Kind regards
    cbrauckmiller
    Contributor (1)
    Oct 12, 2015 2:32pm
    GPY, I've emailed you separately to discuss in more detail.

    Thanks

    Craig
angellily
Contributor (0)
Nov 8, 2016 9:29am
Hello everyone
i am new here to the community.
best regards
angellily