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Seclore FileSecure 220.127.116.11 has been released. This release focuses on improving usability of Excel Interlinking (referring to another Excel file) feature. In previous version of Desktop Client, user has to manually open all linked (or referred) documents before opening the file to reflect new values derived (or calculated) from data of linked files.
1. Issue: User must open linked (referred) files in Microsoft Excel before opening main (referring) file to update formulas using latest information from linked files. (#3222)
a. Links and formulas are updated in file if User has appropriate permissions on all linked file when file is opened. In the process, permissions for linked files are fetched from Policy Server when main file is opened.
b. Links are broken and formulas are converted to value if User does not have appropriate permissions on any one linked file when main file is opened.
c. User must open the file to enter formula linking to the file.
d. For simplicity, User is not allowed to open different files using credentials of different users. Also, User is not allowed to open different files protected by different Policy Servers.
e. This issue has been fixed in Microsoft Office 2013 (32-bit and 64-bit), Microsoft Office 2010 (32-bit and 64-bit) and Microsoft Office 2007. Behaviour in Microsoft Office 2003 and Microsoft Office XP has not been changed.
f. Linked file can be in XLS, XLSX, XLSM, XLSB format only. Other formats like CSV are not supported. This means user cannot link to file which in format other than XLS, XLSX, XLSM and XLSB like CSV.
2. Issue: Microsoft Access takes time to start on Windows XP after installing Desktop Client. (#3495)
Resolution: Desktop Client has been changed to take care of this issue.
1. Desktop Client: 18.104.22.168