Description

The Client for Open Enterprise Server software extends the capabilities of Windows desktops by providing access to NetWare and Open Enterprise Servers (OES). Once installed on workstations, clients enable users to enjoy the full range of OES services such as authentication via eDirectory, network browsing and service resolution, and secure and reliable file system access; all delivered through industry-standard protocols. The Client supports Micro Focus’s traditional NCP protocol.

Minimum Requirements

The Client for Open Enterprise Server 2 SP6 is supported on the following platforms:

  • Windows 10 (x86 or x64)(Enterprise Edition, Education Edition, or Professional Edition)
  • Windows 7 SP1 (x86 or x64)
  • Windows 7 (x86 or x64)(Ultimate Edition, Enterprise Edition, or Professional Edition)
  • Windows Server 2019 (x64)
  • Windows Server 2016 (x64)
  • Windows Server 2012 R2
  • Windows Server 2012 (x64)

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Releases

Release
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Date
Client for Open Enterprise Server 2 SP6
69.3 MB
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Jul 15, 2021
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Product compatibility
Version 2018.3 · 2018.0 · 2018.1 · 2018.2
Release notes
What’s New in Client for Open Enterprise Server 2 SP6 Platform Support

Client for Open Enterprise Server 2 SP6 and later supports Windows 10 update (version 21H1).

Supports Windows 10 Multiple Credential Provider Selection

Client for Open Enterprise Server 2 SP6 optionally supports a Windows 10 credential provider behavior which allows users to select among multiple installed credential providers if necessary easily. When enabled, the Client for Open Enterprise Server credential provider appears in the “Sign-In Options” list along with the other available credential providers for the Windows user accounts.

By default, Client for Open Enterprise Server still operates in the “legacy mode” that presents only the last logged-on user and the “Other User” credential. Starting with Client for Open Enterprise Server 2 SP6, both modes of operation are available to provide whichever behavior would best accommodate the login needs of a workstation.

Custom Re-branding

The Custom Branding feature provides a text-based branding change to customize any string or a specific keyword as per the requirement. The feature also offers multi-language support to customize the strings as per the language preference in which Client for OES was installed.

NCP Encryption and Multi Factor Authentication Enhancement

The Client for Open Enterprise Server 2 SP6 provides support for NCP Encryption and Multi Factor Authentication capability on the volume level as well. Now each volume can be separately configured for encryption or Multi Factor Authentication.

For information on the NCP server side configuration for Volume Encryption, see Managing NCP Security Configurations in the OES 2018 SP3: NCP Server for Linux Administration Guide.

Azure based Active Directory Login Support

The Client for Open Enterprise Server 2 SP6 now provides Azure Active Directory Support. Users can now login to a Microsoft-hosted Azure Active Directory domain using the Client for Open Enterprise Server.

Salvage and Purge Enhancements for Search Filters and Search Subdirectories

The Client for Open Enterprise Server 2 SP6 provides filter options in Salvage and Purge window to help customers navigate the exceedingly long lists of available files. This filter option enables a user to generate and implement an ability to filter the list by different criteria. For example, a specific filename pattern, or a specific date range for the file's deletion timestamp, or a specific date range for the file's creation or modification timestamp.

One can now browse through the deleted subdirectory files from the Salvage/Purge window with the Include Subdirectory Files checkbox option.

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French
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Polish
Portuguese
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Client for Open Enterprise Server 2 SP5 (IR2)
69.4 MB
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Nov 6, 2020
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Product compatibility
Version 2018.3 · 2018.0 · 2018.1 · 2018.2
Release notes

Client for Open Enterprise Server 2 SP5 (IR2) (06Nov2020)

1. Possible memory corruption if the NCP Encryption initialization failed unexpectedly. (Bug 1173526)
2. Unlock workstation may require entering old password if expired eDirectory password was changed during logon. (Bug 1173022)
3. Secure Login unable to learn new Windows account password during password change. (Bug 1172634)
4. Remote Desktop login could cause "invalid parameter" to be shown during subsequent non-RDP unlock attempts. (Bug 1172238)
5. Unable to delete folder after creating and closing Microsoft Office documents within folder. (Bug 1153584)
6. The "S R W E C M F A" labels above the Trustee Rights checkboxes could become mis-aligned on some displays. (Bug 1013270)

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Client for Open Enterprise Server 2 SP5 (IR1)
69.4 MB
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Jul 27, 2020
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Product compatibility
Version 2018.3 · 2018.0 · 2018.1 · 2018.2
Release notes

Client for Open Enterprise Server 2 SP5 (IR1) (27Jul2020)

1. Possible bugcheck in NCIOM.SYS using eDirectory-based UNC path. (Bug 1172610)

2. Cryptic error message provided when user is not allowed to change password. (Bug 1172489)

3. Possible bugcheck during an unexpected failure to load NCFSD. See TID 7024688. (Bug 1172307)

4. Cryptic error message provided when password does not meet password policy. (Bug 1171929)

5. Password expiration on non-English workstations could show blank prompts. (Bug 1171855)

6. Once enabled in Client Properties, Force Password Change could not be disabled. (Bug 1171573)

7. Using Refresh button or F5 key in Salvage Files list could create duplicate entries. (Bug 1151476)

8. Using Run Logon Scripts Synchronously policy could cause long delays if script execution required prompting. See TID 7023452. (Bug 1105790)

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Client for Open Enterprise Server 2 SP5
69.4 MB
  |  
Feb 17, 2020
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Product compatibility
Version 2018.3 · 2018.0 · 2018.1 · 2018.2
Release notes
What’s New in Client for Open Enterprise Server 2 SP5 NCP Encryption Support

The feature NCP Encryption on OES is a security feature that increases the security of data transmitted across networks between the NCP server and clients.

The Client for Open Enterprise Server 2 SP5 and later provides support for NCP Encryption capability on the OES 2018 SP2 or later server. The following are the new parameters introduced in the Client Properties to support this functionality:

  • NCP Encryption
  • Cipher Strength

For more information on the parameters, see Advanced Settings in the Client for Open Enterprise Server Administration Guide.

For information on the NCP server side configuration for NCP Encryption, see Managing NCP Security Configurations in the OES 2018 SP2: NCP Server for Linux Administration Guide.

Multi Factor Authentication Enhancement

The Advanced Authentication capability on the Client for Open Enterprise Server 2 SP5 is enhanced to support the Multi Factor Authentication (MFA) on the OES 2018 SP2 server. For more information on the NCP server side configuration for MFA, see Managing NCP Security Configurations in the OES 2018 SP2: NCP Server for Linux Administration Guide.

Server Platform Support

The Client for Open Enterprise Server 2 SP5 supports the Open Enterprise Server (OES) 2018 SP2 release.

Enhanced eDirectory Password Expiration Handling

Previously, the eDirectory password expiry was handled after the execution of the eDirectory login scripts on the user’s desktop. Now, the eDirectory password expiration is handled during the login of the user and changing the passwords during the grace login period.

  • If the Password Expiry Warning option is enabled, the user is alerted to change the password before the actual expiry date.
  • If the Force Grace Login Password Change option is enabled, the user must change the password before the expiry of the grace login. Else the user will not be able to login.

In cases where the eDirectory account also defines the Windows account, updating the eDirectory password prior to the Windows account improves Domain Services for Windows and other domain account synchronization scenarios.

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release-rel-2021-7-3-4335 | Wed Jul 28 06:08:21 PDT 2021