When you create linked clones and full clones with the Sysprep customization method, customization and domain joining sometimes fails on Windows 10 guest operating systems. Workaround: This occurs because of a Microsoft Windows issue. To resolve this issue, follow the steps in the Microsoft Knowledge Base (KB) article: -us/help/2769827.
If you configure two monitors with different resolutions, and the resolution of the primary screen is lower than that of the secondary screen, you might not be able to move the mouse or drag application windows to certain areas of the screen. Workaround: Make sure that the primary monitor's resolution is at least as large as the secondary monitor's.
sysprep fails for linked clones and full clones with Windows 10 1903, Windows 10 1909 (32-bit and 64-bit) guest OS with error: SYSPRP Sysprep_Clean_Validate_Opk: Audit mode can't be turned on if there is an active scenario.; hr = 0x800F0975
If you have Horizon Agent 7.13 or earlier running on a host with a 5K display monitor, and you connect to a remote desktop using PCoIP protocol in full screen mode and try to resize the desktop window to larger than 4K, the remote session display does not automatically fit to the monitor screen or window size.
Custom Webhooks are Webhooks whose HTTP request headers and payload can be fully customized to adapt to any target service, such as GitHub actions, Gitlab pipelines, Jenkins jobs, Slack, and more. Custom Webhooks trigger events with the format expected by the vendor. For more information, see Custom Webhooks.
With the release of Artifactory 7.47.10, JFrog introduced a new method that supports Platform administrators with the deprecation process of the API Key feature. With this new process, admins can identify Platform users who still use API Keys for their authentication, thus helping to migrate those users to alternative means of authentication. JFrog is officially beginning the countdown to fully discontinuing its support for this feature. While you can continue to use it in the meantime, in Q2 2023, the API Key will reach its end-of-life.
Fixed the known issue whereby under certain circumstances, during a simultaneous distribution of Release Bundle versions that have artifacts with similar parent paths, the distribution failed silently (i.e., the Release Bundle version distribution was marked as completed successfully despite the fact that the artifacts were not displayed in the target).
From Artifactory release 7.38.4, JFrog enables companies to create their own Admin-scoped access token without using the JFrog Platform UI or via another token. This Access admin-scoped token is designed to be used for a short time only and its purpose is to start up the system. This provides customers with the option of setting up their JFrog Platform in an automated, fully UI-free setup. See Creating an Automatic Admin Token.
JFrog introduces a new type of access token called a binding token, which allows trust to be bi-directional. Binding tokens provide a narrowed trust scope for those customers that do not wish to provide full access to the other JPDs, and also full self-service for Cloud Enterprise customers that can build customizable binding to the other JPDs on their own. While binding was available with the older access methods (Circle of Trust, join key, etc.), it has now been implemented as part of the JFrog Platform Deployments function in the Administration tab. See Binding Tokens.
Artifactory now natively supports Dart packages, giving you full control of your deployment and resolution process of Flutter, Angular Dart, and general Dart programs. You can create secure and private local Pub repositories with fine-grained access control. Remote Pub repositories proxy remote Dart resources and cache downloaded Dart packages to keep you independent of the network and the remote resource, and virtual pub repositories give you a single URL through which to manage the resolution and deployment of all your Dart packages. To learn more, see Pub Repositories.
The JFrog Platform integration with HashiCorp Vault now enables you to configure multiple external vault connectors through the Platform UI. You can see the list of available connectors in the new HashiCorp Vault Connectors window. To learn more, see Vault.
The JFrog Platform enables you to create Federated repositories, which support mirroring repositories and artifacts with JFrog Platform users located on remote JFrog Deployments (JPDs) in a multisite environment. A Federation is a collection of repositories of Federated type in different JPDs that are automatically configured for full bi-directional replication. Once you have created a Federation, changes made to artifacts on one site will be automatically synchronized to the other federated sites using bi-directional mirroring. For more information, see Federated Repositories.
Artifactory Cloud Enterprise and Enterprise+ supports a fully integrated advanced CDN solution removing the need to deal with the complexity of setting up a separate external CDN Caching system. JFrog Artifactory Cloud with Amazon's CloudFront CDN solution allows you to manage, control, and distribute high volumes of software distribution across multiple locations. 2b1af7f3a8