Version 11.3.4 Release Notes
These release notes contain new features, changed features, fixed features, security fixes, deprecated features, and known limitations in Version 11.3.4 for Automation Anywhere Control Room, Enterprise Client, and Bot Insight.
|Control Room new features|
|Two-factor authentication for logging in to Control Room||
Administrators can now enable Two Factor Authentication (2FA) for logging in to the Control Room, which can be set for users with specific roles.
Two-factor authentication is supported only in Active Directory and non-Active Directory user environments; it is not supported for an SSO environment. See Enabling Two-factor authentication.
When users are assigned a role that requires 2FA, they must set up an Authenticator application on their mobile device and establish a connection between the Authenticator application and Control Room. On subsequent log-ins, users are prompted to enter a time-based one-time password (OTP) from the Authenticator to complete the Control Room login process.
|Hide multiple domains or set any one as the default on the Control Room login screen||Administrators can now hide a single domain or multiple
domains from being displayed on the Control Room
login screen and the Create user page.
Note: Administrators cannot hide a domain for which users were added in the Control Room.Additionally, administrators can set one of the available (unhidden) domains as default.
See Managing domains.
|Disable the verification email when a new user account is created||Administrators can disable a verification link when creating
a new user account. The user then receives a welcome email
without any verification link and can log in to the Control Room using:
|SSO configuration: Select Signed Authentication Request to IdP from Control Room||Administrators can now configure SAML to send a Signed
Authentication Request to the IdP from the Control Room if they choose SSO configuration.
All the authentication requests sent from the Control Room to the IdP have a signature that the
IdP can validate.
If you upgrade the Control Room to Version 11.3.4 or later, users are automatically prompted to view the SAML configuration page where they can update the settings. However, only a user with administrator role can apply the SAML configuration changes.
|Callback URL extensions supported in Bot deployment API||The whitelisting of Callback URLs in the Control Room is only required for parent domains. You can then use any extension of these whitelisted parent domains as the Callback URLs in the Bot deployment API.|
|Output variable data is available in Bot Execution Orchestrator API responses||The values of variables marked for Include in Output are now securely stored in the Control Room data along with the Bot execution data. This data can then be fetched by third-party systems using the Activity/List API.|
|Notification for new login session (Zendesk #206592)||New settings in the Control Room display a notification when a user with an active login session tries to log in to the Control Room from a different browser or device in a non-Active Directory environment.|
|Export all records to a CSV file (Zendesk #206592)||A new option is added to export all records that are available on the Audit log page and the Historical activity page to a CSV file.|
|Installed Windows Services verification||When the Control Room installation is complete, a Services Utility verifies the Windows Services installed, starts the services, and indicates if a service did not start.|
|Automatically update bots and dependent files on Attended Bot Runners||To reduce manual intervention when downloading updated bots and dependent files from the Control Room repository, the Automatic Updates option is available in . Setting this option to On automatically updates bots on Attended Bot Runner machines during bot execution. The default value of this option is set to Off to match the current product behavior.|
|Oracle option to use SID or Service Name||You now have an option to use either SID or Service Name to identify the Oracle Database instance.|
|Control Room License API (Zendesk #226575)||The Control Room License API returns detailed license information for your Control Room installed licenses.|
|Updated version of Elasticsearch to 7.1.0||Elasticsearch 7.1.0 version validation|
|Enterprise Client new features|
|New checkpoints introduced in AADiagnostic Utility||The following features are introduced in the AADiagnostic
|Search for a field in a terminal (Zendesk #129752)||The Search Field command is added in the Terminal Emulator command that enables you to search for a field based on the text it contains. This command returns the name of the field or index of the field based on the option selected.|
|UI Automation technology support from Google Chrome||You can now use the Object Cloning command to capture objects based on the UI Automation technology from the Google Chrome browser.|
|Support for Exchange Web Services (Zendesk #122765, 133847, 187251)||You can now use Exchange Web Services (EWS) with:
|Uninstall Google Chrome plug-in||You can now uninstall the Chrome plug-in from the Enterprise Client using the following options:
|Microsoft Active Accessibility (MSAA) technology support from Google Chrome||When you are creating MetaBots on a Google Chrome browser, you can now use the Microsoft Active Accessibility (MSAA) technology.|
|Option to automatically download updated parent Task Bots during runtime||Parent Task Bots are Task Bots that are not called by any other Task Bot or MetaBot. Attended Bot Runners are provided a separate screen displaying only the parent Task Bots using the new Parent Task option. The updated parent Task Bots are downloaded automatically when you run a bot.|
|Schedule operation not allowed with Attended Bot Runner license||
Users with an Attended Bot Runner license can no longer create, edit, or delete schedules using the Enterprise Client. Task Bots already scheduled by the same user or a different user from the same machine will continue to be executed based on the previously defined schedule.
|Uninstall Flex plug-in from UI||You can now uninstall the Flex plug-in from the Enterprise Client UI using the following options:
|Support for Autologin with locked, logged-off, or disconnected machines on Microsoft Azure and Amazon Web Services VMs||
On Microsoft Azure and Amazon Web Services instances, Autologin is supported for attended and unattended bots in locked, logged-off, or disconnected