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Release Date

1st April 2020

Purpose

This is a minor maintenance release that carries a number of fixes and minor enhancements, mainly to the Microsoft Online Services components.

Features

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Description

 

This release contains a fix for the 12.6.2 release.

Fixes

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Type

Description

1377

 

Defect

 

Microsoft Online Service Sync Fails due to missing DDLs

Under specific circumstances, Microsoft Online Service sync fails when there are custom rules in place which require some DDLs to be loaded but cannot be resolved. Microsoft Online Service has now patched to reference all the required dependencies.

1401

 

 Enhancement

 

Microsoft Online Service Logging

Additional logging has been added to the Azure AD user creation and modification process. These additional log items are logged at verbose level, and the configuration would need to be updated in order for them to be seen. This additional data should help with troubleshooting issues.

1404

Defect

User email aliases are removed after sync

Sync process removes aliases from Azure AD when user already exists in AD and users email aliases are not stored within Atria. Adding user aliases in Azure AD gets retrieved and stored in Atria when sync is executed now. Also, importing a user which has a matching user in Atria with differing email aliases still imports the email aliases. ‘Primary flag’ is updated during the sync when master directory is set to azureAd; and is not updated when master directory is set to atria.

Deployment/Update Checklist

The following Atria components need to be updated, follow the recommended order of update.

Components to deploy:

Step

Component

Command line

Service

Completed

1

AtriaWeb

12.6.3.86

Choco upgrade atriaweb

Platform

 

2

AtriaMsolWS

12.6.3.86

Choco upgrade atriamsolws

MSOL

 

Note: upgrading AtriaMSOL, will also upgrade the UI components for Azure AD. No changes were made to the Azure AD service schema during this patch.