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BeyondTrust (Avecto) – DefendPoint 5.3.0.68

Tech update

New features in this release: A new Avecto-supported integration for ServiceNow; New power rules to integrate with third party tool; The ability to add applications to policy from events for events is now live; You can now view the current reputation for the following reports: target types, all events, all; A new macOS QuickStart Template is available.

 

New Features

  • 77159 – A new Avecto-supported integration for ServiceNow using Power Rules will allow you to directly raise tickets in ServiceNow
  • From Defendpoint. A new document called Service Now Integration Power Rules Guide is available to support this feature.
  • 79029 – Power Rules allows you to integrate with third party tools and/or dynamically alter the outcome of a Defendpoint Application
  • Rule using PowerShell scripts. A new document called Power Rule Core Scripting Guide is available to support this feature.
  • 81561 – Added the ability to add application to policy from events for Events > All and Events > Process Details.
  • 81566 – Added the ability to view the current reputation for the following reports: Target Types > All, Events > All.
  • 87018– There is a new macOS QuickStart Template available for use in the policy editor. Full details of this can be found in the
  • Defendpoint ePO Extension Administration Guide for this release.

 

Enhancements

80710– There have been some updates to the Windows QuickStart Template.

  • The General Rules workstyle has been renamed to All Users.
  • The Add Admin General (Business Apps) has been renamed to Add Admin – All Users (Business Apps).
  • The Add Admin – General (Windows Functions) has been renamed to Add Admin – All Users (Windows Functions).
  • The Allow – Approved Standard User Apps Application Group has been deleted.
  • Both Control – Restricted Functions Application Groups have been renamed to Restricted Functions and hidden.
  • The Allow Message (Authentication) has been renamed to Allow Message (Authentication & Reason).

86627 – The Advanced Policy Editor Settings and Advanced Sandbox Environment pages in the Utilities menu are no longer shown for policies unless they contain existing Sandboxing functionality to reduce confusion.

86959 – ‘User’ context is now available in addition to ‘System’ context when you add a PowerShell Audit Script.

 


McAfee Compatibility

McAfee Agent

The following McAfee Endpoint Security products are compatible with this version of the Defendpoint Client:

  • 5.5.x
  • 5.0.x (all versions)
  • Note: Version 4.8 and older of the McAfee agent are not supported with this release.

 

McAfee ePO Server

Note: Version 5.1 of ePO Server is not supported.

The following McAfee Endpoint Security versions are compatible with this version of the Defendpoint Client:

  • 5.10.x
  • 5.9.x
  • 5.3.x (all versions)

 

McAfee Endpoint Security (ENS)

The following McAfee Endpoint Security versions are compatible with this version of the Defendpoint Client:

  • Endpoint Security (ENS) Adaptive Threat Protection (ATP) 10.x
  • With Generic Privilege Escalation Prevention (GPEP) enabled and disabled
  • ENS Firewall 10.x
  • ENS Threat Prevention 10.x
  • ENS Web Control 10.x

 

McAfee MOVE Multi-Platform Client

The following McAfee MOVE Multi-Platform Client versions are compatible with this version of the Defendpoint Client:

  • Note: We do not support the agentless version of McAfee MOVE.
  • If the version of McAfee MOVE is compatible with the McAfee Agent you’re using then Defendpoint is also compatible.

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