On or about July 25, we will release Entrust Cloud 2.1, which contains a number of capabilities designed to make your life easier. The following is a service-by-service summary of the upcoming feature enhancements.
Across all your Entrust Cloud applications, you’ll see that the banner has been updated to be consistent, regardless of which service you are running. The banner now has the feedback tab, support contact info link, unread messages link, quick links and click to chat.
Entrust Cloud SSL, which is the former Entrust Certificate Management Service, will include a number of enhancement with the upcoming release.
We’ve been diligent in improving the service’s notification system to help you manage your SSL environment in real time.
Email expiry notices for eForm-requested certificates now include the eForm link. Users may now request renewals and re-issues through the eForm, saving time and administrator headaches.
Certificate pickup emails now contain the certificate, including three format options:
The certificate serial number has been added as a column in the Audit Report.
Additional elements have been updated to reflect the Entrust Cloud SSL branding, including the pickup pages.
Advanced certificate settings such as “Extended Key Usage” and Intel AMT can now be disabled from the eForm, making certificate requests simpler for your requestors.
To improve security, CSRs are no longer pre-populated with previous CSRs by default. Warnings are provided to encourage the use of a new key pair, which is a best practice for SSL certificates.
Mobile Device Certificates can now be deployed to desktops and laptops as well as smartphones and tablets, enabling you to strongly authenticate most mobile device types for VPN or Wi-Fi access.
Multiple UI changes have been made to improve usability and performance, including a new certificate-listing layout.
No changes in Entrust Cloud Discovery with this release.