If an existing admin attempts to register for a JumpCloud account, they now receive an email that notifies them that there is already an account existing for their email address. The email includes a reset password link so the existing admin can regain access to their account.
You are no longer required to enforce 3 or more password complexity settings for JumpCloud user account passwords. You can now choose to enforce passwords with complexity settings that follow your organization's security policies with less than 3 password complexity settings.
A Windows BitLocker policy is now available to all JumpCloud organizations. The Windows BitLocker Policy provides admins the ability to remotely enable and enforce BitLocker on their JumpCloud managed systems, as well as secure Key Escrow. BitLocker is the Windows version of Full Disk Encryption, which ensures that the contents of a hard drive are encrypted when the computer is offline.
Fixed a bug that incorrectly locked users out of Windows.
Fixed a bug where users weren't properly provisioned with sudo permissions on Ubuntu, AWS, and Linux.
Fixed a bug to correctly provision disabled users to systems.
Fixed a bug that prevented policies from uninstalling when agents were uninstalled.
You can now sync user attributes for users in G Suite and Office 365. What does that mean? You can import users from G Suite and Office 365 and export data for user attributes from JumpCloud back to these directories. Learn more in the following KB articles.