1. Introducing support for opening Seclore’s HTML-wrapped protected files directly from Microsoft Teams in native applications.
a. This feature is available in Microsoft Teams desktop app and Teams on the web.
b. Windows 10 users can click on the file name in the Seclore tab in Teams, and open, edit, and save the file in the native application. The changes will be synced back to Teams.
2. Users would now see a notification requesting them to sign in to Seclore after they install Seclore for Windows (Admin and Adminless versions).
a. Users who are not logged into Seclore, will be prompted to sign in every time they log into their system.
b. User would see this notification periodically if they’ve ignored earlier notifications.
c. Users can also use the newly introduced ‘Sign in’ option when they right-click the Seclore icon in the Windows system tray.
d. The sign-in prompt after installation and the ‘Sign in’ option in the system tray is available in Windows 7, 8.1, and 10.
e. The periodic ‘Sign in’ notifications are available in Windows 10 only.
3. Fixed the issue where Seclore-protected files with ampersand (&) in the file name wouldn’t open when the user’s machine is not connected to the internet.
4. In Seclore for Windows, the ‘View File Details’ and ‘View Activity Logs’ options are removed from the Property Sheet of Seclore-protected files. These actions can be performed using the right-click menu.
5. Fixed the issue where HTML-wrapped protected Word and Excel files wouldn’t open when opened from the recent files list using File>Open>Recent.
6. Fixed the issue where user authentication doesn’t work with some firewalls.