Release Notes For Agent for Mac

Aternity Agent for Mac offers the ability to gather device metrics and performance of managed and discovered native desktop applications and web applications running on Apple Mac computers. For information about the new features of Aternity Agent for Mac, see What's New in Agent for Mac.

Deploying This Upgrade

You can deploy the Agent throughout your enterprise to collect data from Apple Mac devices and report to Aternity.

Issues Resolved in This Release

Description Issue ID SalesForce ID Resolved in

Boot duration available for all users when using local domain (system level) setup.

N/A

N/A

3.7

Agent does not report MS Teams meetings for MS Teams versions 1.4 and higher.

N/A

N/A

3.7

Resolved several performance issues.

N/A

N/A

3.5

Microsoft Teams calls could be reported multiple times by the Agent.

N/A

N/A

3.5

Aternity Agent for Mac 3.2.x fails to connect when connecting through an HTTPS system proxy.

DE22981

SF1303230

3.3.66

Known Issues

Description Release

Cannot run scripts without a user logged in. User needs to be logged in for remediation scripts to run on the end user device.

3.7

Some software updates may not show up in the Installed Software widget in the Device Details dashboard after upgrading macOS to version 12.3.

3.7

Only out-of-the-box health events are currently supported for remediation.

3.7

The IT Service Desk dashboard is not supported for MAC devices, and eventually there is no Run Script button on the Troubleshoot Device dashboards.

3.7

Agent system changes (for example, changes to the certificates on end user devices) require an Agent restart.

3.7

Agent does not report MS Teams meetings for MS Teams versions 1.4 and higher.

3.5

Users on Apple M1 devices may see higher Agent Java process memory consumption due to the Rosetta 2 translator.

3.5

To improve performance, boot duration calculation is now disabled.

3.5