Seclore for Windows

1. Introducing browser-based login for Seclore for Windows

a. Now, you can login to the Seclore agent on Windows with your default browser.  

b. While logging in you’ll be directed to an authentication page on your browser.  

c. All other login features remain the same. 


2. Fixed the issue where protected PDF files wouldn’t open in certain rare scenarios.  

a. Before the fix:  Protected PDF files wouldn’t open with Adobe Acrobat Pro when McAfee Endpoint Security is installed. 

b. After the fix: This issue is now resolved.   


3. Fixed the issue where a Seclore message shows the file path instead of the file name in certain rare scenarios. 

a. Before the fix: Upon trying to edit and close a Seclore-protected file with only ‘Read’ permission, Seclore shows message telling the user that they do not have permission to edit the document. This message would show the file path instead of the file name. 

b. After the fix: This issue is now resolved. 


4. Fixed the usability issue where the Policy Server name would reflect incorrectly in the ‘About’ dialog box of the agent. 

a. Before the fix: The Policy Server URL link would reflect the name of the Policy Server in the ‘About’ dialog box which could not be changed 

b. After the fix: Now the URL would simply reflect the term ‘Policy Server’. 

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