Supported Devices: H300, H350
- Prevent users from accidentally resetting their drives, by requiring manual user interaction
- New reset info stored on the device and sent to SafeConsole during next registration
- Resolved Audit Logs not recording resets to SafeConsole for H300/H350 devices.
- Resolved a visual UI issue regarding the device hardware ID when managed with SafeConsole
- Resolved a visual UI issue with strong password enforcement
Supported Devices: Sentry K300, Sentry One, Sentry One Managed, H300, H350, Sentry EMS
- Full 64bit macOS Support
- Support for automatic Updates through SafeConsole with next available device update
- Support for strong password enforcement (FIPS compliant password)
- Can be controlled by policy on SafeConsole
- User optional on devices activated against EMS
- Minimum password length requirement for all devices is now 8 characters.
- Support for newly added SafeConsole policy, "Control Panel Application List"
- Support for SafeConsole policy, Publisher
- Support for newly added Maximum number of logins without a connection to SafeConsole as defined in the Device State policy
- Support for Web Proxy Auto-Discovery Protocol on both Windows and macOS
- Fix for File Audit Logs regarding Unicode characters
- Updated device version is not displayed correctly in EMS after updating Sentry devices using v6.2 updater
- Added SafeConsole Support to the K300
- Implement StandAlone mode for the K300
- Error when loading antimalware could trigger a false positive malware detection
- Crashes when registering to SafeConsole outside Trusted Network
- K300 can be unlocked using the Password Reset Code from SafeConsole only once. If the password is changed and subsequently forgotten before checking into SafeConsole, data can be lost. It is important that users immediately unlock their device in SafeConsole mode after a password reset. Resetting password will also reset the available Standalone logins.
- Anti-Malware support on MacOS (EMS and SafeConsole)
- File Auditing on MacOS (SafeConsole only)
- File Blocking on MacOS (SafeConsole only)
- Hardware Id field added to Device Info tab and device Configuration dialog (opened by ctrl+click on the logo)
- MacOs users updating H3xx device with version 6.1 and older need to rename the private partition manually. This can be done before or after the update to v6.1.2. If the private partition is not renamed, users will experience Control Panel issues with Application screen, capacity meter and Anti-Malware.
1) Unlock the drive
2a) If you are using Windows:
Using Explorer, navigate to “Computer”, right click on the H3xx device private partition and select "Properties"
In the “General” tab, change the label from "PRIVATE USB" to "PRIVATE_USB"
Click Apply and Save
2b) If you are using MacOS
Using Finder, right click on the H3xx device private partition and select "Rename PRIVATE USB"
change the label from "PRIVATE USB" to "PRIVATE_USB"
3) Lock & unlock again
4) To proceed with the update unlock the drive on Windows computer and run IKUpdater_H300_H350_v6.1.2
Note: if you have already updated your device to v6.1.2 and experience described issues on MacOS, please follow steps 1-3 above.
- Device info incorrectly shows the H350-Enterprise PID on all H300 and H350 devices in Device Info under device settings. This does not affect the actual PID of the device and should be ignored.