DISABLING AND ENABLING INDIVIDUAL DEVICE FILES
We added an Enabled/Disabled toggle to the Edit File dialog box you can use to disable/enable the device file, which will give you the ability to quarantine files and thus troubleshoot issues with scripts and firmware. This is applicable for PEG1 and PEG2 scripts, JPOD scripts, and hosted apps.
VIEWING THE SELECTED DEVICE COUNT ON A MOBILE DEVICE
On the Devices screen, the options row will now show the number of selected devices when you are using a mobile device.
EDITING ONLY ACCOUNT-LEVEL PEG BEHAVIOR
We have changed how editing PEG behavior is handled to prevent modifications from being saved in the wrong account.
HIGHLIGHTING A VBUS STATUS OF OFF IN THE DEVICE DETAILS WINDOW
In the Device Details window’s Status section, we made the “Off” text red for the VBUS Status field to make it more visible.
VIEWING VBUS STATUS PRIVILEGE BASED ON USER ROLE
We updated the View/Add/Edit Role dialog box to show the VBUS Enabled Status privilege only to users whose own roles have VBUS enablement rights.
PROVIDING BETTER STATUS VALUES
We improved the status values in multiple locations (including the Jobs screen’s Progress Status column, the Device Files screen’s File Status column, and the Status column of the Log view of the Device Details window’s Files tab) so that they will be more descriptive. Previously, these would sometimes have values of “JobStatus.Unknown.”
PERFORMING BULK ACTIONS OR EXPORTS AFTER SELECTING ALL THE DEVICES
On the Devices screen, we fixed an issue that was preventing bulk actions and exports from being performed if the user used the Select All X Items feature.
ADDING ENTERPRISE ACCOUNTS WITH API ACCESS
We updated account-creation permissions to remove the block customers were experiencing with creating enterprise accounts with API access.