Applies To:Show Versions
- 11.5.1, 11.2.1
Version 2.0.5 of the Edge Client for Android devices is now available. The download is available from the app store for your device.
- User documentation for this release
- Features and enhancements in 2.0.5
- Fixes in 2.0.5
- Known issues in 2.0.5
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- Legal notices
User documentation for this release
For a comprehensive list of documentation that is relevant to this release, refer to the following pages:
Features and enhancements in 2.0.5
|457325||Edge Client now supports the ability for IBM MaaS360 Mobile Device Management 5.0 to configure and enable Edge Client for secure connectivity.|
|428089||A user can now hide the Edge Client UI when a connection has been successfully established.|
|462111||Previously, if a user types a user name in the configuration user name field, Edge Client uses a two-factor authentication that consists of a certificate as well as a user name and password combination. Now, the user can configure a certificate-only authentication without a user name and password by adding a certificate to the configuration while leaving the user name field empty.|
Fixes in 2.0.5
|426900||Edge Client does not use the password provided in the URL with syntax "f5edgeclient://start". Previously, a user is asked to enter credentials even when they are already specified in the URL. Now, if the user name and password are specified in the f5edgeclient://start URL, they will be used for authentication.|
Known issues in 2.0.5
|472747||The Samsung keyboard auto-spacing feature on certain Samsung devices installed with Android 4.4 can cause a problem with Web Logon authentication if a password string contains punctuation marks. Newer Android builds, such as 4.4.2, do not have this issue. To work around this issue, disable the auto-spacing feature in the Samsung keyboard settings. Authentication with a client certificate is not currently supported in Web Logon mode with Android 4.4.|
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