Fixed issues

XenMobile 10.11 includes the following fixed issues.

  • For fixed issues related to mobile productivity apps, see Secure Hub, Secure Mail, and Secure Web.

  • For fixed issues in version 10.10.0 rolling patch releases, see:

  • RBAC administrators can assign the default admin role to new or existing users. Assigning the default admin role should be restricted to super admins. [CXM-37805]
  • In Android Enterprise devices that are already enrolled, the new required apps to the AllUsers delivery group are not displayed in Google Play Store. [CXM-64910]
  • During Android enrollment for devices, you get the following fatal error: Cannot decrypt value. [CXM-65936]
  • The name and owner of your Android Enterprise enterprise might not display correctly in the Google Play store administrator console. [CXM-65996]
  • Configure valid VPP token on XenMobile Server and purchase new VPP books from Apple VPP portal. The newly added media books are not synced and do not appear on the console. [CXM-66453]
  • Newly imported CA certificates are not visible in the Public-Key Interface (PKI) entries. [CXM-67960]
  • When adding a VPP account (Settings > iOS Settings), the following message appears if the token exceeds 350 characters: “The entered company token is not valid, please enter a new one.” [CXM-68113]
  • Secure Hub for iOS times out before listing MDX apps when StoreFront server is not reachable. [CXM-68117]
  • The Secure Hub Apple Push Notification Service (APNs) certificate for XenMobile Server 10.11 will expire on August 2, 2019. As a result, the Agent Notification fails and the application push might be delayed on iOS devices. With this update, the Secure Hub APNs certificate will be renewed and will expire on July 12, 2020. [CXM-68354]
  • On the XenMobile Server console, the value of the client property has a character limit of 256. [CXM-68386]
  • On devices running Android, sometimes you are unable to update the enterprise app. [CXM-68391]
  • After the time period in the server property ‘bulk.enrollment.fetchRosterInfoDelay’ ends and an Apple School Manager DEP device syncs with the server: The Apple School Manager user account is deleted from the server and the device moves into an anonymous state. [CXM-68417]
  • When configuring the VPN device policy for iOS to use the Citrix SSO protocol: After you enable the Prompt for PIN when connecting setting and save the policy, that setting reverts to Off. [CXM-68463]
  • When you update an Enterprise app to the latest version, which was previously updated via REST API, the version number is not updated. [CXM-68588]
  • After you deploy the App Access device policy, non-compliant devices don’t trigger the configured action. [CXM-69480]
  • When attempting to update a public iOS app using XenMobile Server, a configuration error appears. [CXM-69555]
  • When you check the Tomcat server status, you might get the return value of 1 instead of 0 even though the server status is normal. [CXM-69900]
  • For customers who have migrated from previous versions, opening the Manage tab in the console displays an error if a device’s enrollment profile has been deleted. [CXM-70341]
  • The RBAC role “Tier 2 techs” can’t create enrollment invitations to a user group with more than 2000 users. Only full admin users can create the invitations. [CXM-71224]

Fixed issues