Ein scheinbar besonderes Update das tatsächlich bzw. offiziell in Wellen ausgerollt wird.
Hauptsächlich Fixes, dennoch wurde die Versionsnummer angehoben... ob das nun wohl immer so ist?
This version is released in a staged rollout, which means we initially release this version to a small portion of users and then gradually reach more users over time.
Applied multiple security updates to further enhance system security.
Improved the web login speed for AD domain users.
Optimized the RAID group resync speed for NVMe drives.
Fixed an issue in File Station where users could not download files from "@Recently-Snapshot" folders.
Resolved an issue in File Station where non-administrator users would see an empty list when trying to use the "Share to NAS user" function.
Fixed an issue in HybridMount where subfolder permissions in a File Cloud Gateway mount sometimes changed after disabling and re-enabling the mount.
After deleting a file in File Station, the Background Task window now no longer automatically opens so that users can quickly move on and perform other actions.
Users can now successfully upload a folder that contains a very large number of files in File Station.
Adjusting the bottom edge of a window now resizes the window again as expected.
Resolved an issue on the TS-AI642 where running certain applications would sometimes trigger call trace logs.
Improved system read/write speeds when SMB multichannel is enabled.
Resolved an issue in Notification Center where some users still received notifications for events that they had excluded in a notification rule.
The screen in Control Panel > Network & File Services > Network Access > Service Binding now correctly displays network interfaces that are in a port trunking group.
Fixed an issue where after editing a file via Samba and then taking a snapshot, users could not access previous versions of the file.
Users can now access a folder via WebDAV even when the folder name is very long.
LDAP users can now successfully change their own passwords in Desktop > Task Bar > Options Menu > Login and Security.
The TL-D800C JBOD enclosure now does not show errors in the PSU fan and PSU temperature fields in System Status. (Note: This model does not support displaying PSU fan or temperature statuses and thus should not show such errors.)
In Control Panel > Privilege > Users, the Edit User Profile window now correctly displays password validity information after the user password has expired.
Fixed an issue to improve the stability of system processes.
Fixed an issue where after taking a snapshot of a volume, the "Storage Info" window (accessible by right-clicking a shared folder in File Station) would display incorrect information on some shared folders.
Resolved an issue in File Station where the system would fail to send an email when users created a share link via email using a custom email service provider.
The system now no longer creates multiple folders when a domain user creates a single folder via SMB.
After creating a share link via email in File Station, line breaks in the "Message" field are now accurately preserved in the delivered email.
Users can now successfully recover deleted folders containing large files from a "@Recycle" folder.
Fixed an issue where QuLog Center could not send notifications after users added filter criteria in "Notification Settings" > "Send filtered results to Notification Center" > "Local NAS - Access Log".
Windows users can now successfully delete NAS files via Samba even when the file names are very long.
Resolved an issue where on a NAS that was configured as a domain controller, Group Policy Object (GPO) configurations would disappear each time the NAS restarted.
Improved the shared folder permissions mechanism for domain users with delegated roles.
Fixed an issue where SNMP requests would encounter timeout errors.
Addressed an issue where users could not update NAS firmware to the latest version via AMIZ Cloud.