The 2.3.0 version of vMatrix Server Manager includes a major fixes to improve the overall compatibility and reliability of the entire computing system.
New: allowed batch settings of static virtual IP addresses.
New: added user filtering & searching, and display of online user number in user management page.
New: added logout & disconnect menu at the task tray of terminal sessions.
New: added bubble prompt when a terminal device establishes connection.
New: added support for VLC Player 3.0.x versions.
New: added support for serial devices redirection.
New: added Turkish language.
Improved: improved IP virtualization compatibility.
Improved: improved USB devices redirection compatibility.
Improved: optimized operation performance of the management interface.
Improved: changed the displays of task tray icon and user profile pictures for vChat.
Improved: hide task tray USB icon for user sessions running on USB-redirection-not-supported devices.
Fixed: fixed the bug that administrators can take control of the user sessions through keyboard & mouse operations even when they are not authorized to view user sessions.
Fixed: fixed the bug that when management software is forced to restart, user status cannot be identified.
Fixed: fixed the bug that login services may freeze after long hours of operation.
Fixed: fixed the bug that management interface texts stop responding after frequent language changes.
Fixed: fixed the bug that some elements on the pages of user management, user information, behavior logs, management logs do not respond in time to language change.
Fixed: fixed the bug that error prompts for local user allocation do not display in the correct language.
Fixed: fixed the bug that sessions may freeze during initiation if desktop wallpaper is enabled.
Fixed: fixed that bug that drive letter of the terminals’ private partition and USB storage device cannot display correctly.
Fixed: fixed the bug that page content of some applications like Firefox, may not display properly on the clients.
Fixed: fixed the problem that broadcasting mode does not work properly on video-playing clients.
Fixed: fixed the bug that users still can login to the host when maintenance mode is activated.
Fixed: fixed the problem that client users cannot login to a Windows Server 2003 host.
Fixed: fixed the bug that some drivers may be lost after updating the Windows 10 or Windows Server 2016 system.
Note: You may encounter the problem of audio not working in Windows 10 1803 system in this version. We will fix this problem in the next release.
We would like to thank the following customers for their contributions to improve this version of vMatrix Server Manager:
Mr. Abdul Rehman，Pakistan, Mr Majid Khaki, Iran, Mr Vijayant Singh, India, assisted to improve the IP virtualization compatibility.
Mr. Eric Chou, Taiwan, reported the bug that sessions may freeze during initiation if desktop wallpaper is enabled.
Mr Louis Choi, Korea, and Mr Mingaugas Pozingis, Lithuania assisted to add support for Micro:bit and Arduino devices.
Mr Louis Choi, Korea, suggested to add bubble notification when a terminal device establishes connection.
Mr. Mahesh, India, reported the bug that Chrome page content may not display properly on the clients.
Mr. Mek, Laos, reported the bug that the chat session does not show the notification or pop-up message on a coming new message.
Mr. Metin, Turkey, helped to add Turkish language.
Mr. Nader, Saudi Arabia, assisted to fix the bug that login services may freeze after long hours of operation.
Mr. Pedram Hassas, Iran, assisted to fix the bug that some drivers may be lost after updating the Windows 10 or Windows Server 2016 system.
Mr. Stanislav Chlepko, Czech, suggested the EULA within the software.
Mr. Tomáš Ferianc, Slovakia, assisted to improve COM devices isolation.
Mr. Vijayant Singh, India, reported the problem that broadcasting mode does not work properly on video-playing clients.
To update your current vMatrix Server Manager to the latest 2.3.1 version, please download the installation package at the download center.
You can overwrite the old installation files but make sure to DISABLE any Anti-Virus or Firewall software during the installation.
Terminal users will be disconnection during the update and you are required to reboot the system when completed.