What's new in N-sight RMM
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Feature lists, updates, and fixes by component
Features and enhancements
Update Apple OS using DMA | 2 June 2023
Using Device Management for Apple (DMA) commands, you can now update your DMA enrolled macOS and iOS devices with the latest Apple OS version. For more information, see Update OS on Apple devices.
To send the Update OS Version command to devices, you must have a user role with the Update OS Version permission enabled for the device type — workstations or mobile devices. For more information see the Device Management for Apple section on Default System Role Permissions.
N-able SSO screen updates | 25 May 2023
N-able SSO screens are updated to a new stepped login design. You will now enter your username or email on the first dialog, and then follow up with the password requirements on a second dialog. This stepped login process is in preparation for authentication mechanism improvements we are building. For more information about logging in, see Access the Dashboard using Two-Factor Authentication.
App Store management | 6 March 2023Using N-sight Device Management for Apple, you can now manage and distribute the apps your customers purchase through Apple Business Manager or Apple School Manager.
In Device Management for Apple, you can add a token for each of your customers, and then deploy and manage their App Store purchases on their devices. This means end users of the devices don't need a personal Apple ID or other work around to get the business apps they need on their managed devices.
You can view a list of all your customer tokens on one dashboard to ensure end users have the apps they need, revoke licenses when required, and keep the apps updated.
For more information, see Manage App Store purchases.
Patch Management Microsoft Approvals and Other Vendor Approvals | 25 January 2023
When you configure a Patch Management policy, the Microsoft Approvals dialog enables you to automatically set specific patch types using all the Microsoft patch classifications. For more information, see Approval Policy.
Patch Management Other Vendor Approvals | 25 January 2023
When you configure a Patch Management policy, the Other Vendor Approvals dialog in the Patch Management policy enables you to automatically set different states for individual products. There is also a new default action for new product so that each time we add more applications to our supported list, it can be automatically added to your current setup. For more information, see Approval Policy.
New Classifications filter for Patch Management workflow | 25 January 2023
The new classification column for Patch Management workflow enables you to execute granular searches and find specific patches more quickly. For more information, see Manage Patches on Multiple Devices through the Patch Management for Windows Workflow.
New Classification column in the South-pane Patches tab | 25 January 2023
The new classification column in the South-pane Patches tab for device-level patching provides a consistent workflow for the entire process. For more information, see Manage Patches on Individual Devices through the Patches tab.