SES Evolution 2.2.3 fixes
Compatibility with third-party products
Compatibility with Windows Sandbox
Support reference: 192983CW
A compatibility issue between SES Evolution and Windows Sandbox that occasionally caused a blue screen of death (BSOD) has been fixed.
Support reference: 189040CW
SES Evolution generates logs whenever backoffice components access a known registry key to allow DLL injection. The severity of such logs has been lowered from “Notice” to “Informational” level.
Agent update or repair
Support reference: 168746PW
In the agent’s interface, the log indicating that an agent update or repair was successfully completed has been changed to inform the user that the agent must be restarted to finalize the operation.
SES Evolution agents
Workstation at startup
Support reference: 191475CW
The SES Evolution processes EsaRulesEngDrv and EsaKrnlCtrlDrv no longer cause a blue screen of death (BSOD) when some workstations start running.
Edition of the agent ID
The EsSetup.exe executable file now accepts the “/newagentid” or “-newagentid” option as a way to abandon the unique ID of the agent that is already installed. A new unique ID will then be assigned to the agent when it retrieves a new communication certificate from an agent handler.
In some cases, the workstation may take longer to start up. The execution of the agent’s various services has been optimized to shorten the wait.
Downgrading to an older version
To allow downgrades to an older version of the agent when issues occur, changes have been made in version 2.2.3 so that downgrading remains possible from future versions of SES Evolution.
Unblocking the agent
Support reference: 192599CW
The self-protection system on agents has been improved so that agents that are not connected and have a highly restrictive security policy can be unblocked.
Viewing USB devices in the console
Support reference: 193035CW
Whenever a USB device was manually deleted from the administration console but not unplugged from the workstation, the device would continue to appear in the list when the user unplugged the device. This issue has been fixed.
USB devices deleted from the console will appear in the console once again the next time they are inserted.