Enterprise Server Edition
You can now perform Full System Recovery to Azure on SUSE 12 and SUSE 15.
- When enabling Full System Backup in an Azure Virtual Machine, the Azure temporary disk is no longer a system exclusion by default.
Cloud to Cloud
We can now backup and restore Google application data as part of Google Drive contents. Supported apps include Google App Scripts, Docs, Sheets, Slides, Drawings, Forms and Jamboards. See Article 1292 for more information.
Additionally you can now also backup and restore Google Classroom. See Article 1304 for more information.
We have improved the InstantData recovery process for OneDrive and Google Drive. The recovery link is now displayed in the web app instead of being sent to an email address.
In v20.8, scheduled reports failed to run if they were created by the built-in Storage Platform administrator. The issue has been resolved in this release. Please see our recommendation in Article 1309 to avoid similar issues.
Fixes in progress
34853 - Upgrade of SP/SS fails to add firewall rule for StorageServer (see Article 1305 for workaround)
The following issues have been resolved:
Red: Critical issues Green: Issues fixed in update
|34445||SP logs does not show the remote IP but the SP Host name|
|Storage Platform Console|
|34344||Console crash on groups with many accounts|
|34365||FSR Restore fail with "Error: ProgressControl: Error: Attempt to change attributes that are read-only"|
|33039||Mail account with blank user types not showing in selection for C2C|
|32675||Maximum request length supported is 4MB-Issue with SP restore|
|25745||User with E3 license not showing up for OneDrive|
|ESE Backup Client|
|34969||Azure temp disk detector falsely detects second hard disk as being the Azure temp disk and does system exclusion on HyperV|
|33105||Filter out vss snapshots in volume globalroots (snapshots can be network mounted and be costly to query)|