News archives: Releases
New versions of mod_auth_vas availableMon, 14 Jul 2014
New mod_auth_vas versions 22.214.171.124 and 4.0.2. QAS API debug can now be enabled with AuthVasApiDebugLevel directive. AuthVasCacheSize and AuthVasCacheExpire can now be set in both the parent server as well as virtual servers. Various Bug fixes.
New mod_auth_vas availableSat, 9 Feb 2013
New mod_auth_vas 126.96.36.199. Fixed multiple build issues, as well as provided the framework to make mod_auth_vas backwards compatible with future QAS API changes.
mod_auth_vas 4.0.1 availableWed, 3 Oct 2012
mod_auth_vas 4.0.1 is compatible with the new Apache 2.4 API. MAV 4.0 is taking advantage of the new httpd 2.4 API which allows for access control to only be ran on internal requests with configurations that are distinct from that of the intial request. It also includes new Require authorization directives ad-group and ad-dn. It also include a new directive AuthVasProvider which takes a list of providers that support password authentication.
Quest vasidmap 1.2.4 releasedMon, 21 May 2012
New Samba id mapper packages are available. This release includes several bug fixes to the vasidmap-status, vas-samba-config scripts and support for Samba 3.6 idmap backend parameters. See the Changelog for a full list of changes.
Quest openSSH 5.2p1 q17 releasedMon, 28 Nov 2011
A new release of Quest SSH is available, version q17. Fixes multiple issues.
Quest Sudo 1.7.6p1q2 releasedTue, 9 Aug 2011
A new release of Quest Sudo is available, version 1.7.6p1q2. Fixes error messages when processing cross forest/unresolvable groups.
Quest Sudo 1.7.6p1q1 releasedMon, 18 Jul 2011
A new release of Quest Sudo is available, version 1.7.6p1q1. Brings this up to date with upstream, and fix issues with VAS 3.5/QAS 4.0 library linking.
dnsupdate 1.3.5 packages for Mac OS XThu, 3 Feb 2011
A new release of Quest dnsupdate for Mac OS X is available. It fixes a crash when handling long host or DNS names.
New OpenSSH packagesWed, 15 Dec 2010
New OpenSSH packages are available.
Quest vasidmap 1.2.2 releasedTue, 31 Aug 2010
New Samba id mapper packages are available. This release includes several bug fixes to the vas-samba-config script and support for Mac OSX. See the Changelog for a full list of changes.
Quest Sudo 1.7.2p7q1 releasedSun, 27 Jun 2010
A new release of Quest Sudo is available, version 1.7.2p7q1. Brings this up to date with upstream and fixes an issue with non-unix groups, and with sudo -l showing an error.
dnsupdate 1.3.4 releasedMon, 14 Jun 2010
A new release of Quest dnsupdate is available. It fixes a crash when parsing some packets and improves support for Mac OS X.
Quest Sudo 1.7.2p6q1 releasedMon, 10 May 2010
A new release of Quest Sudo is available, version 1.7.2p6q1. Brings this up to date with upstream and fixes an issue with non-unix groups and mixed case group names.
New OpenSSH packagesTue, 13 Apr 2010
New OpenSSH packages are available.
Quest Sudo 1.7.2p5q1 releasedTue, 13 Apr 2010
A new release of Quest Sudo is available, version 1.7.2p5q1. The focus of this release is to fix security issues with the previous release.
Quest Sudo 1.7.2p2q1 releasedFri, 5 Feb 2010
A new release of Quest Sudo is available, version 1.7.2p2q1. The focus of this release is to bring in new features available from Sudo's 1.7 release series.
New vasidmap releaseThu, 3 Dec 2009
New Samba id mapper packages are available. This release includes several performance improvements that should speed up idmap service for all users. See the Changelog for a full list of changes.
Sudo RPMs for s390 & s390xMon, 2 Nov 2009
Quest Sudo RPM packages are now available for s390 and s390x.
New Sudo packages for HP-UXWed, 2 Sep 2009
New Quest Sudo packages for HP-UX are available. They include the VGP fixes from the q95 release as well as a fix for an error finding libvas on HP-UX ia64 (bug #725).
New Sudo packagesTue, 1 Sep 2009
Quest Sudo "q95" packages are now available, which fix a problem with non-Unix group interaction with VGP. These are the same packages that have been available on request as snapshots, so customers should check whether they already have the current "q95" release.