Improved Governance [CoreAdmin, CoreReporting]
The Adoption Campaigns list is now filtered by V-Tenant, so each operator only views campaigns inside their V-Tenant.
The RBAC feature is central to CoreView in allowing control of the permissions that each Operator is allowed. In defining control of those permissions, a further check has been added that allows verification that permissions are not overlapping. These checks include:
- “Edit User Properties” ensuring a license can only be changed if an Operator has permission to “Manage license”.
- “Manage password” now only allows a password to never expire only the Operator has been granted access to “Password never expires”.
In further clarifying more controls over User password settings, the reports have been split into two new Reports:
- “User password settings”, will show the configuration of MFA, strong password requirements and if the password never expires for internal users that can log in.
- “All user password settings” will show these configurations for all users that can login, including guests.
CoreLearning now supports translation of the title into multiple languages.
The CoreLearning library has been updated to include Outlook (74 videos) and SharePoint (90 videos).
Improved Security Monitoring [CoreSecurity]
To allow the analysis of Microsoft Power Apps audit logs, several new reports have been added to extend the consolidation of audit logs into CoreView for easier and more consistent viewing.
Easier Automation [CoreFlow]
Continuing the dramatic improvements to the CoreFlow UI, the following have been updated:
- A new screen summarizing all executions for all workflows on a single convenient screen
- New grid experience for Template and Approval lists with more filters and more sorting capabilities, and bulk actions for faster management at scale
- Dynamic mapping (input/output variables) can now be deleted and recreated (edit is coming)
- New management actions: M365 group delete and restore
CoreView has also released a HotFix prior to this release that had an impact you may have noted. CoreView is now using a revised management proxy so that actions should be dramatically faster, especially in performing management actions. The areas of improvement are as follows:
- With a new caching system, we now have can perform actions and retrieve information with reports 5x faster than before.
- Management Sessions are now smarter! When a Management Session is interrupted, all the pending actions are now saved and recovered at the creation of a new session.
- Moreover, for customers with the Advanced Management Plan, a new Management Session is created automatically once the previous one is interrupted/discontinued.
- Management Actions now have a priority! They may execute with the priority of HIGH which is executed immediately despite ongoing other actions (assigned to all Single Actions) and LOW (assigned to Bulk Actions and Workflows).
- And watch for more improvements! In the next releases will be the option of pausing, resuming, aborting, and retrying all types of Management Actions.
We continue to appreciate your suggestions! Of note in this release is the implementation of many customer-suggested enhancements. Others are underway, so thank you to all of those that suggested new Customer’s Suggestions (over 25 suggestions) and to all those that voted (86) on their preferred suggestions. We appreciate the opportunity to continue to make your life easier!