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Release Notes. These notes cover the following releases for the ServiceControl 4.0.2. Contact ServiceControl and request assistance to upgrade you existing eControl or ServiceControl installation.
This is the final public release for ServiceControl 4.0.2. Future bug fixes, enhancements and new features will be included in the 4.0.3 Technical Preview Release. This release includes two major bug fixes:
This is the release for ServiceControl 4.0.2. This release includes several enhancements that resolved several critical bugs reported by clients:
This is an upgrade and maintenance release for ServiceControl 4.0.2. This release note records all new features, enhancements and ciritcal bug fixes for ServiceControl 4.0.2:
188.8.131.52823 Release (July 7, 2017)
This interim release included new features, enhancements and critical bug fixes.
A customer reported that ServiceControl suffered challenges with creating on-premise Exchange mailboxes, or managing on-premise Exchange mailboxes after they upgraded their Exchange 2013 server to CU15. ServiceControl create and manage functionality is dependant on remote PowerShell support being enabled on the Exchange server(s) that ServiceControl connects to.
We were able to replicate the issue in our lab environment and confirmed that both CU15 and CU16 updates disable support for remote PowerShell by default. This is not a ServiceControl bug, rather it is a fundamental change to the state of Exchange 2013 on-premise servers post-CU15+ upgrades.
We tested a procedure that re-enables Remote PowerShell support on the Exchange server. This procedure needs to be completed after each CU upgrade starting with CU15.
Download the revised ServiceControl 4.0 System Requirements Checklist.
The following new KB articles were published during the 184.108.40.206823 release:
The following KB articles were revised during this release period:
The easiest way to submit an enhancement request is to email an explanation of your enhancement to firstname.lastname@example.org or submit a support request from the ServiceControl website. All emails and support request submissions are converted into support tickets in our ZenDesk support ticket system.
The easiest way to submit a bug is to email an explanation of your bug or error to email@example.com or submit a support request from the ServiceControl website. All emails and support request submissions are converted into support tickets in our ZenDesk support ticket system.
Previous Release: ServiceControl 220.127.116.11734 (2017.03.06)