Endpoint Security Client E80.41 for Mac Resolved Issues
This article lists all of the issues that have been resolved in Endpoint Security Client E80.41.
For more information on Endpoint Security Client E80.41, refer to sk91181 (Endpoint Security Clients E80.41) and sk91183 (Endpoint Security Clients E80.41 Known Limitations).
To see if an issue has been fixed in other releases, search for the issue ID in Support Center.
Clients for Mac
||Resolved: Each log record generated by Endpoint Security Blades is sent immidiately to the Endpoint Security Server. If the Client is offline (not connected to the Endpoint Security Server), logs will be lost.
New behavior: Logs generated by the Endpoint Security Blades are saved locally on the Client. If the Client is not connected to the Endpoint Security Server, the logs are sent to the Endpoint Security Server when the Client becomes connected.
||Resolved: In the Temporarily Pre-boot bypass (Wake on LAN) settings, the 'Allow Windows Logon after Temporary Pre-boot Bypass' setting is not supported on Mac clients.
||Resolved: The 'Disable Pre-boot' settings option 'The computer cannot reach any of the configured locations' is not supported for Mac clients.
||Resolved: Full Disk Encryption encrypts volumes and disks that are present, when the policy is first enforced. Volumes and disks that are added afterwards, are not encrypted.
||Resolved: OneCheck Logon (Single Sign-on) is not supported. When the user's password changes, the preboot password is not automatically updated (applies to Mac only)
||Resolved: Installing the Mac client on a disk that was formatted as case sensitive (using the format option 'Mac OS Extended (Case-sensitive, Journaled)') is not supported.
||Resolved: If the Mac endpoint has a web proxy configured, the connection between the client and the Endpoint Management Server will go through the proxy, even if the Endpoint Management Server is added to the Proxy's exception list.
This solution is about products that are no longer supported and it will not be updated