When you set up TFA (two-factor authentication) you now have an option to have SSO (single-sign-on) users excluded from the TFA process. This is especially helpful if you SSO provider has a built-in TFA solution.
Admins can now define a target maximum private folder size for users. When a user’s private folder exceeds the configured size, both the admin and the end user can be notified. Admins can also exclude certain users who shouldn’t be subject to the folder size notifications.
Simplify integration with your identity provider by exporting out Egnyte’s SAML metadata configuration. This will make it easier for you to set up authentication with identity providers who don’t have built-in Egnyte application support.
A new Public API is now available that allows you to fetch a list of recent files. If you’re building an application where users have to choose a file, this may be useful since often users are choosing files they’ve just opened or modified.
Administrators can quickly identify which devices are online and which are offline with the updated Storage Devices Dashboard. Big blocks at the top of the screen let you see the counts and help you to identify the devices quickly.
The Folder Size and Folder Permissions report are now both accessible to power users with roles that allow for running reports. The Folder Size report has also been improved to allow for reporting on up to 100k subfolders.
Export out a list of all of the permissions set on a specific folder or for your entire Egnyte account. You can optionally expand group permissions to users so that you can get a full picture of which users have access. Learn more about the Folder Permissions Report.
Secure sensitive folders by disabling folder permission inheritance. Once you disable inheritance for a sensitive folder, changes to permissions in parent folders won’t affect that particular folder, keeping the data secure. Learn more about Non-Inherited Permissions.
WebEdit and 3rd party integrations like Microsoft Office Online are now grouped together in an "Open In" menu. Sharing links and sharing with 3rd party integrations are also grouped together in a "Share" menu.