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Resara Server 1.1.2 Released!

Resara Server 1.1.2 Released. AD compatible Linux domain and file server. 1.1.2 brings international character support http://bit.ly/IZgdjh

Resara is pleased to announce the release of Resara Server 1.1.2. This release brings international character support. See below for the list of changes.

Community Edition Changes

* International character support for users, groups, and files.

Commercial Edition Changes... read more

Posted by Brendan Powers 2012-04-18

Resara Server 1.1.1 Released

Resara Server 1.1.1 Released. AD compatible Linux domain and file server. 1.1.1 brings important fixes and updates http://bit.ly/H724cd

Resara is pleased to announce the release of Resara Server 1.1.1. This is a bug fix update that included several important fixes. See below for the list of changes

Changes

* Resara Server should now appear in Network Neighborhood, or other network browsers.
* Added the ability to change expired passwords when logging into the Admin Console
* Added forgot password link to the Admin Console log in screen
* Reduce password complexity requirements for new installations
* Make password complexity errors more clear
* Automatically fix backslash for the home and profile paths when editing a user
* Fixed the input validation on the DHCP host MAC address field
* Fix loading of a saved MAC address after the server restarts
* Fixed some errors when configuring the DHCP server after the server is provisioned
* Look up the administrator user by SID instead of DN. This resolves some issues caused by moving Administrator into an OU.
* Increased the timeout when Resara Server is waiting for samba4 to start. This should resolve the boot up issues that some users are experiencing.

Posted by Brendan Powers 2012-03-30

Resara Server 1.1 Released

Resara Server 1.1 Released. Resara Server is a Linux based Active Directory compatible domain controller, file server. http://bit.ly/yzJqmV

The Resara team is proud to release Resara Server 1.1! Its been a very exciting year for Resara Server, with new users all over the world ranging from small businesses with a handful of employees, to large enterprises with thousands of users and computers. The priorities for the 1.1 release were infrastructure improvements, scalability, and overall refinement. With this release comes multi-server replication for redundancy and expansion for large networks, a new installable ISO to make setup and configuration even easier, and many other features and improvements. ... read more

Posted by Brendan Powers 2012-01-27