User registration now supports a single-character last name.
First names with just one character are now supported by the Device Hub.
The Device Hub supports the following MFA options:
Randomly generated PINs can now be fetched for users in the downloaded log file, following a bulk user upload to the Device Hub.
The admin PIN must now be entered on a device to authorize a factory reset or version rollback.
The device ID on a v3 Desk booking screen now remains the same following a factory reset.
The Condeco Device Hub now supports automatic user & group provisioning using SCIM.
The SCIM API for Device Hub uses the SCIM 2.0 protocol and is certified for Azure Active Directory.
Hidden Wi-Fi networks are now supported.
In a network with multiple access points and the same hidden SSID, devices can now roam to different access points without losing connectivity.
Navigating through the on-screen menus is easier with the back button now included on all screens.
All messages are now color-coded indicating success (green) or error (red).
The SSID, RSSI, and IP address values for desk booking screens are now shown on the Health page of the Device Hub.
Our Screen Manager portal has been renamed to Device Hub to properly reflect the variety of smart devices that it can manage, not just screens.
You can now hide the time bar on a meeting room screen and display only the details of the current booking.
The Screen Manager now supports Microsoft Azure Active Directory SSO (Single Sign-on).
You can now set a custom NTP server during the initial activation process of a desk booking screen.
The Desk Screen Manager app now supports PEAP.