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Release Notes - inSync GovCloud

inSync Client v6.9.1  Patch update for GovCloud

A patch update v6.9.1 for Windows & macOS is released on September 22, 2021, and contains the fix for the following issue:

Fixed Issue

Issue

Description

INS-25742

Fixed an URL injection vulnerability by adding validation so that no arbitrary URL can be added to load a malicious page.

Revision Information

Product

Revision

inSync Client

Windows: r110192

Mac: r110192

To upgrade inSync Client to the latest version, see Upgrade inSync Client.

Download the latest inSync Client here.

To learn more, contact Support.

inSync GovCloud Update on July 17, 2021

With this cloud update, we bring you the following enhancements:

Enhancements

Cloud Apps

Microsoft 365

Teams: Log File updates to view backup and restore details

We have now enhanced the log files generated using the Activity Stream > Download Logs to provide an enriched summary of the backup or restore activities for each of the log files associated with Teams Settings, Channels, Conversations, and SharePoint data sources.

With this enhancement, you will now see the Enhanced Stats section within the downloaded log file for Team Metadata and Team Conversation backup and restore activities. The Enhanced Stats section provides details about the exact number of items backed up or restored.

This information helps administrators with further analysis and troubleshooting and take corrective action to ensure business continuity.

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For more information, see Enhanced stats for Teams backup and restore.

SharePoint: Improvements to Live Activities

You can now monitor the progress of SharePoint backups with the help of real-time backup statistics. The SharePoint backup status from inSync Management Console -> Live Activities page now displays additional statistics to gain more insights about ongoing activities.

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How does this benefit you?

  • Identify the size of backed-up data.

  • Identify the type and mode of backup.

  • Check the health of the ongoing activity using the API throttling statistics.

  • Keep track of the number of updated, deleted, and skipped backup files.

For more information, see Live Activities.

Microsoft 365 and Google Workspace

Exchange Online and Gmail: New option to exclude folders from backup

You can now choose the data that you backup for Exchange Online and Gmail using inSync.

While creating or updating a profile, you can use the Exclude Paths option to add a folder name or relative paths to the folders you want to exclude from backups for all Gmail or Exchange Online users associated with the profile. This helps optimize backups and reduces the risk of backing up non-critical data.

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For more information, see,

You can use the Global Exclusion > Exclude Paths option if you want to exclude specific folders from backup for both Gmail and Exchange Online users associated with the profile.

For more information, see Configure a global exclusion list for folders for Cloud Apps.

Teams and SharePoint Online enhancements

Teams: Support for restore of Private Channel folder to the original location

You can now do an “In-Place Restore” of the Private Channel folder (within Teams) to its original location. This is useful when there is a requirement to restore a Private Channel (to the original location) in the Microsoft 365 tenant account due to accidental deletion of the Private Channel folder or data corruption during a ransomware attack.

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Because of  Microsoft API limitations, you cannot restore Private Channel folder data within Teams using Restore as a Copy. However, if required, Restore as a Copy is supported for Files, Wiki, or Conversation within the Private Channel.

Note: Because of Microsoft API limitations, Team Private Channel restore (for Private Channel folder) is limited  to ‘In-Place’ restore only. You cannot restore the Private Channel folder to another existing or new Team.

For more information, see Restore Teams data.

Teams: Introducing new restore status in Activity Stream filters for Team Metadata and Conversations

We have now added a new status - Restored With Errors within Activity Stream filters. With this option, you can,

  • Filter and view a list of Teams for which Team Metadata and Team Conversations restore were partially successful.

  • Download Logs for these Teams and take corrective action to ensure business continuity.

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Note: For Team Site and Private Channel Site, Resorted With Errors status is displayed when Sharepoint site is partially successful.

For more information, see, 

Teams and SharePoint Online: Improvement for managing deleted Teams and SharePoint sites

When a Team or SharePoint site gets deleted from Microsoft 365, inSync automatically updates these Teams and SharePoint sites' app status to Disabled post-discovery. The discovery and scheduled backup for these Teams and SharePoint sites are excluded in the subsequent discovery and backup cycle, thus ensuring that inSync protects only the required data.

For more information, see,

Microsoft 365 and Google Workspace

Separation of Microsoft 365 and Google Workspace licenses

We have separated Microsoft 365 and Google Workspace licenses for all inSync Cloud license editions (Enterprise, Elite, and Elite Plus). This license separation is beneficial to streamline license procurement based on Microsoft 365 and Google Workspace's correct license utilization details.

For more details, contact Support.

[Early Access] Public folder: Support for restore of Tasks

The availability of this feature may be limited based on the license type, region, and other criteria. To access this feature, contact your Druva Account Manager or Support.

We have now added the capability to restore Tasks and their Settings through the inSync Management Console. 

 This feature is useful when there is a requirement to restore Tasks to the original location or restore it as a copy in the Microsoft 365 tenant account in case of accidental deletion of Public folder data or data corruption during a ransomware attack.

 For more information, see Restore Public folder data.

Microsoft 365- [Early Access] Public folder: Exclude non-critical data for faster backups

The availability of this feature may be limited based on the license type, region, and other criteria. To access this feature, contact your Druva Account Manager or Support.

 Backing up large Public folder data is a time-consuming activity. To enable faster backups, inSync administrators can now consider excluding non-critical contents in Public folders from backup.

inSync administrators can use the Exclude Paths feature available under Backup Settings for exclusion while configuring the Public folder for data protection. This ensures that only the critical data gets backed up and enables faster Public folder backups.

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For more information, see Exclude Paths.

[Early Access] Public folder: Support for restore of Calendars and Contacts

We have now added the capability to restore Calendars and Contacts and their settings through the inSync Management Console. 

This feature helps administrators restore Public folder Calendars and Contacts to the original location or restore it as a copy in the Microsoft 365 tenant account in case of accidental deletion of Public folder data or data corruption during a ransomware attack.

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 For more information, see Restore Public folder data.

Microsoft 365 - Introducing Azure Active Directory (AD) Integration with inSync

Simplified user management for Users and Shared Mailbox users is here!

You can now integrate Azure AD with inSync for M365 protection and import users directly from your Azure AD. The benefits of this integration include:

  • A seamless experience without adding the SCIM app in Azure AD.

  • Easy management of Microsoft 365 users wherein administrators can:

    • Set-up automatic (Auto) import of users with Azure AD mapping configuration in inSync.

    • Quickly import users manually using the Import Users from Azure AD option.

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For more information, see Microsoft 365: Azure AD Integration user deployment.

[Early Access] Public folder: Support for restore of Mails and Posts, Journals, and Notes

 

The availability of this feature may be limited based on the license type, region, and other criteria. To access this feature, contact your Druva Account Manager or Support.

We now bring to you the capability to restore the following backed-up Public folder data and its settings using the inSync Management Console:

  • Emails and Posts

  • Journals

  • Notes

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As an inSync administrator, you can now recover Public folder data, especially in case of accidental deletion of Public folder data or data corruption during a ransomware attack.

This feature helps you in the following scenarios:

  • If there is a requirement to restore the Public folder contents to the original location or restore it as a copy in the Microsoft 365 tenant account.

  • If a Public folder is deleted and does not exist in Microsoft 365 tenant, you can restore the deleted Public folder and its contents to a new Public folder with the same name.

For more information, see Restore Public folder data.

[Early Access] Public folder: Introducing search filters

The availability of this feature may be limited based on the license type, region, and other criteria.  To access this feature, contact your Druva Account Manager or Support.

inSync administrators can quickly narrow down and review specific Public folders' backup status based on built-in filters such as Last Backup Status and App Status. This enables the administrators to promptly take the corrective action needed to protect critical Public folder data effectively.

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For more information, see the Public folder.

SharePoint Online: Configuration of Druva for SharePoint Online sites (in Microsoft 365 Multi-Geo tenants)

You can now leverage the Multi-Geo Storage Mapping to assign storage to SharePoint sites through Add Site Collection and Configure Site Backup workflow in inSync Management Console. With this enhancement, you can automatically set storage based on the SharePoint site's geo location using the Add Site Collection and Configure Site Backup wizards. This feature eliminates administrators' need to manually select and assign storage in scenarios wherein there are multiple Druva storages for Multi-Geo tenants.

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For more information, see:

Teams: Additional filters for Teams Private Channel Site

inSync administrators can quickly view activity logs for all or specific Teams’ Private Channel Site backup and restore status using the built-in filters such as Type and Site Title. This enables the administrators to promptly take the corrective action needed to protect critical Teams Private Channel Site data effectively.

For more information, see Activity Stream.

Microsoft 365: Multi-Geo support for SharePoint Online and Teams

We are excited to announce support for protecting SharePoint Online and Teams data for Microsoft 365 Multi-Geo tenants. This feature helps administrators meet their data residency requirements such as:

  • Automatically discover all the sites (SharePoint and Teams' sites) from each geo location.

  • Automatically identify new geo locations enabled in Microsoft 365 tenants.

  • Automate the storage assignment for the discovered sites and not configured sites from all the mapped geo locations.

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For more information, see Multi-Geo support for SharePoint Online and Teams.

Microsoft 365- Sharepoint Online: Advanced restore capabilities

Choose the restore location of your choice!

While restoring the SharePoint Online data, you can now use the following restore capabilities:

  • Restore to the same site: Restore data of a site to the same site in your Microsoft 365 tenant from a point in time snapshot.

  • Restore to a different site: Share data between sites. Restore data of a site to any other site in your Microsoft 365 tenant from a point in time snapshot

  • Restore to a new site: Create a site with a site title of your choice and restore the entire data from any point in time snapshot.

These advanced restore capabilities help administrators in the following scenarios:

  • If a site is in a Purged state, you can either choose to restore this site with the same Title and URL or restore it as a completely new site with a new title.

  • If there is a requirement within your organization to recover the backed-up site contents to another existing site or a new site.

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For more information, see Restore SharePoint Online data.

OneDrive: New option to exclude files and folders from backup

You now have better control over the OneDrive data backed up using inSync.

While creating or updating a profile, you can use the Exclude Paths option to add a file or folder name or relative paths to the files and folders you want to exclude from backups for all OneDrive users associated with the profile. This helps optimize backups and reduces the risk of backing up non-critical files.

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 For more information, see Create a Profile.

Google Workspace

Google Drive: New option to exclude files and folders from backup 

You now have better control over the Google Drive data backed up using inSync.

While creating or updating a profile for backup, you can use the Exclude Paths option to add a file or folder name or relative paths to the files and folders you want to exclude from backups for all Google Drive users associated with the profile. This enhancement helps optimize backups and reduces the risk of backing up non-critical data.

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 For more information, see:

You can use the Global Exclusion > Exclude Paths option if you want to exclude specific files or folders from backup for both Google Drive and OneDrive users associated with the profile.

For more information, see Configure a global exclusion list for folders for Cloud Apps.

G Suite rebranded as Google Workspace in inSync

Aligning with Google’s recent rebranding, we have renamed all instances of G Suite to Google Workspace in the inSync Management Console.

Google Drive: Option to selectively backup owner's data or shared data owned by other users

You can now leverage the new option “Backup shared data owned by other users” within the Profile tab and choose to backup either the owner’s data or shared data owned by other users.

To back up all the Google Drive data (owner’s data and shared data from other users), select the Backup shared data owned by other users checkbox in the Profile tab.

To back up only the owner’s data, deselect Backup shared data owned by other users checkbox in the Profile tab. This helps you with faster incremental backups and a better restore experience.

Note: For existing inSync Google Drive administrators, the Backup shared data owned by other users checkbox is selected by default.

Action required for existing administrators: Deselect the Backup shared data owned by other users checkbox provided in the Profiles tab for optimized backups.

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Platform

User identification simplified with custom attribute

Identifying users within your inSync user base now becomes super easy, especially when the user base is relatively large and may have users with the same username or similar email address.

You now have the option to configure User-Identifier Custom Attribute which, when configured, maps the unique attribute from your registered AD/LDAP and is displayed on the inSync UI. This helps you quickly identify specific users within inSync and take administrative actions for the intended user accounts. Learn more.

UX enhancements - User management and deployment centralized

Introducing a refreshed and intuitive Users page that gives you unified control over inSync user management and user provisioning, all of that in one place! With this update, the User Deployment page is now merged within the Users page and is no longer available within Manage > Deployments.

Be it user management activities or configuring and managing AD/LDAP, SCIM, or Azure AD based mappings, the enhanced Users page gives you better administration control overall.

What does the change look like?

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 New filters to manage inSync users

On the Users page, now you can filter users based on their state (such as preserved, active), legal hold status, and share status (Enabled/Disabled). You can then take bulk actions on those users, such as select and preserve a set of users.

The new filters make it easier for you to manage inSync users and perform the desired action on a set of filtered users. For more information, see Users Page.

Introducing storage support for the Nordic and South Africa region 

We have added a new data storage location for the Nordic region to add more flexibility to data storage requirements, especially for the Druva customers located across the Nordic countries and South Africa region.

Having local storage shall undoubtedly keep the data latency to a minimum and help you backup and retrieve data relatively faster. Also, we are sure this will help you stay on top of the organization’s compliance and regulatory requirements too!

Don't miss to check out a green icon for Cape Town (af-south-1) region and Stockholm (eu-north-1) region on the Druva Cloud status page! 

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A new user interface for user management using SCIM

The newly redesigned user interface for user provisioning and management using SCIM has a modern and intuitive experience for easy access. It also simplifies administrator tasks such as creating new mappings and managing users in inSync.

UI Enhancements - Users page

With our goal to simplify the UI, we have updated the way user information is displayed and made it easier and intuitive for inSync administrators who manage users. A fresh and modern experience with quick and fast loading of information makes the experience better than ever. For more information, see Users page.

Here’s a sneak preview of the enhancements.

 

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Governance & Compliance

Legal Hold - Check the integrity of the downloaded data

In legal matters, the consistency of the data is of utmost importance. You should be able to prove in the court of law that the data did not change over a period of time. 

For example, the checksum of a file downloaded using the eDiscovery Download Client should match the checksum of its copy stored in the Druva Cloud snapshot in that same time frame. If the checksum is the same, it will prove that the data was not tampered with and will be considered reliable evidence. 

To aid you in this process, we have now introduced a data integrity check for data downloaded via eDiscovery Download Client v1.1.2 and later. When you download both data and metadata, Druva automatically verifies if the checksum of the data matches with the version stored in the cloud snapshot. Now you no longer need to feed the data to another tool or manually verify the files' integrity after they are downloaded. This saves time and effort and reduces overhead costs of tools required to verify the data's integrity. For more information, see Verify the integrity of the downloaded data.

Federated Search

Keep track of quarantine actions

Druva already logs all administrators' actions in the Admin Audit Trail. Now, we extend this capability to quarantine actions taken by administrators from Federated Search. This helps administrators keep track of the status of the action, such as successful or failed, and assists Infosec and Data Compliance administrators during audits and data investigations.

The quarantine actions are now also available as a part of the inSync Events API that you have configured with SIEM tools. Use these new events to build custom reports or fetch the data and display it on a dashboard. For more information, see How to search backed up files.

Realize

inSync Compliance - Enable end-users to manage violations

inSync Compliance administrators can now enable end-users (inSync Client users) to view and take action on the compliance violations raised against their data. You, as an administrator, can configure the entire workflow of how a violation moves through various phases right from detection to resolution. This feature will help reduce the workload of the Compliance team of your organization and make violations management easier. 

End-users can quickly act on a violation as they are well aware of their data. Swift action reduces the time taken to resolve a violation and helps Compliance administrators focus on critical violations that require their attention. For more information, see Violation management for end-users.

Delete files from data source while quarantining a violation

While quarantining a file or email, now you can choose to delete the non-compliant files from their data sources. This ensures that you meet regulatory requirements of retaining copies of the file in snapshots and eliminate the risk of the non-compliant data being shared across other users in the organization. For more information, see How do I resolve a compliance violation.

inSync Client v6.9.1 for Cloud

Enhancements

Improvements to restrict backups during Blackout Window

If you have configured a Blackout Window duration for user profiles, inSync now ensures that backup activity is not performed on the user devices during that duration. 

How does this improve the end-user experience?

  • An ongoing scheduled backup or a manually triggered backup will automatically pause if the backup enters into the Blackout Window duration.

  • Backups will remain in a paused state until the Blackout Window duration is complete.

  • End-users can resume a paused backup if they wish to.

  • Administrator-triggered manual backups are initiated only when the user devices are not identified within the Blackout Window duration.

  • The user-paused backup will not resume if the paused duration ends within a Blackout Window duration.

  • Backups that are interrupted due to connectivity issues are not resumed if the device is connected to a permitted network during the Blackout Window duration.

  • inSync Client interface displays upfront messaging for the paused backups.

Adaptive inSync menu back icon for macOS

Introducing the dynamic inSync menu bar icon for macOS Big Sur that automatically adapts the background color when switched between light mode and dark mode.

Revision Information

Product Revision details
inSync Client

Windows: r110080

macOS: r110080

Druva has not released a new version of inSync Client for Linux OS with inSync Client v6.9.1. You can continue using inSync Client v5.9 for Linux with inSync Cloud.

Download the latest inSync Client here.

For upgrade instructions, see Upgrade inSync Client.

To learn more, contact Support.

Fixed Issues

Issue  Description
INS-20422 SharePoint Online: Fixed the SharePoint online restore capability to support hierarchical restore of SharePoint site data. For more information, see Support for hierarchical restore of SharePoint Online data.
INS-20507 Google Drive: Fixed the restore issue wherein inSync failed to create a separate \inSync Restore\  folder when restore to other user account is performed.
INS-20895 OneDrive: Fixed the issue wherein discrepancy was observed in the backup data size on the inSync Management Console.
INS-20121 Fixed the issue wherein the scheduled reports for the Last Backup Status displayed incorrect time zones.
INS-18817 Fixed the issue wherein the administrators were unable to login to inSync Management Console with the following error displayed: "An error occurred while performing this operation. If the error persists, contact Support. 0x100000001"
INS-19877 Exchange Online: Fixed the restore issue wherein the Destination Folder for an In-Place restore activity displayed incorrect details
INS-19738 Exchange Online: Fixed the issue wherein an empty zip file gets downloaded when you download logs for Restore Completed with Errors restore activity.
INS-20117 Google Drive and OneDrive: Fixed the restore issue to ensure that Restore as a Copy gets initiated for restore to another user selection.
INS-13129

Microsoft Teams:

Due to Microsoft API limitations, administrators had to search for a SharePoint Online site within the inSync SharePoint console to get access to the backed-up Files and Wiki data for a Team’s Private Channel.

With this Microsoft API limitations fix, you can now view Files and Wiki backed up data under the Backups tab within the inSync Teams console.

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INS-1891 OneDrive: Fixed the backup issue wherein large files (more than 4 GB) get missed from backup and displays an error: Error while reading OneDrive file.
INS-16121 Fixed the Cache Server issue wherein when the user was  marked for “Prepare for restore”, the status did not change from “Cache In Progress” to “Ready for Restore.”
INS-6674 inSync API List endpoint backups: Fixed the List endpoint backups API issue to now display information about the last successful backup of a device beyond a month.
INS-17971 SharePoint Online:  Fixed the behavior wherein while restoring SharePoint Online content to a subsite or a new site collection, the target site is created using the same language as the source site.
INS-17431 Exchange Online: Fixed the issue wherein inSync restored the Archive Mailbox of the users even when the admin had not selected the Include In-Place Archive Mailbox option.
INS-17413 For Cloud Apps specific restore activities, we have fixed the issue wherein a mismatch was observed in the numbers shown on the Restore Details window when mailbox restore details are checked.
INS-17404 Fixed the issue wherein administrators were unable to download the restore logs for Cloud Apps restore activity.
INS-17238 Microsoft Teams: We have fixed the issue to reflect the correct backup status on the inSync Management Console.
INS-17132 OneDrive: Made fixes to generate logs for restore activity on inSync Management Console.
INS-16430 SharePoint Online: We have fixed the behavior wherein an error: “Error while fetching Quick Launch Nodes “ was displayed incorrectly for backup of some SharePoint sites.
INS-17822 SharePoint Online: Fixed the Live Activities issue wherein the SharePoint restore activity displayed incorrect progress details in the Progress column on the inSync Management Console.
INS-11549 SharePoint Online: Fixed the restore issue wherein restore failed due to a longer URL length.
INS-19837 SharePoint: We have added the support for Incremental Backup checkpointing in SharePoint backups.
INS-21296 SharePoint: Corrected log message for restore-related activity.
INS-20774 Exchange Online: Fixed the issue wherein administrators with Enterprise license could not download PST/MBOX files using the download link.
INS-20422 SharePoint Online: Fixed the SharePoint online restore capability to support hierarchical restore of SharePoint site data. For more information, see Support for hierarchical restore of SharePoint Online data
INS-20507 Google Drive: Fixed the restore issue wherein inSync failed to create a separate \inSync Restore\  folder when restore to other user account is performed.
INS-20895 OneDrive: Fixed the issue wherein discrepancy was observed in the backup data size on the inSync Management Console.
INS-20121 Fixed the issue wherein the scheduled reports for the Last Backup Status displayed incorrect time zones.
INS-18817 Fixed the issue wherein the administrators were unable to login to inSync Management Console with the following error displayed: "An error occurred while performing this operation. If the error persists, contact Support. 0x100000001"
INS-19877 Exchange Online: Fixed the restore issue wherein the Destination Folder for an In-Place restore activity displayed incorrect details
INS-19738 Exchange Online: Fixed the issue wherein an empty zip file gets downloaded when you download logs for Restore Completed with Errors restore activity.
INS-20117 Google Drive and OneDrive: Fixed the restore issue to ensure that Restore as a Copy gets initiated for restore to another user selection.
INS-13129

Microsoft Teams:

Due to Microsoft API limitations, administrators had to search for a SharePoint Online site within the inSync SharePoint console to get access to the backed up Files and Wiki data for a Team’s Private Channel.

With this Microsoft API limitations fix, you can now view Files and Wiki backed up data under the Backups tab within the inSync Teams console.

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INS-1891 OneDrive: Fixed the backup issue wherein large files (more than 4 GB) get missed from backup and displays an error: Error while reading OneDrive file.
INS-16121 Fixed the Cache Server issue wherein when the user was  marked for “Prepare for restore”, the status did not change from “Cache In Progress” to “Ready for Restore.”
INS-6674 inSync API List endpoint backups: Fixed the List endpoint backups API issue to now display information about the last successful backup of a device beyond a month.
INS-17971 SharePoint Online:  Fixed the behavior wherein while restoring SharePoint Online content to a subsite or a new site collection, the target site is created using the same language as the source site.
INS-17431 Exchange Online: Fixed the issue wherein inSync restored the Archive Mailbox of the users even when the admin had not selected the Include In-Place Archive Mailbox option.
INS-17413 For Cloud Apps specific restore activities, we have fixed the issue wherein a mismatch was observed in the numbers shown on the Restore Details window when mailbox restore details are checked.
INS-17404 Fixed the issue wherein administrators were unable to download the restore logs for Cloud Apps restore activity.
INS-17238 Microsoft Teams: We have fixed the issue to reflect the correct backup status on the inSync Management Console.
INS-17132 OneDrive: Made fixes to generate logs for restore activity on inSync Management Console.
INS-16430 SharePoint Online: We have fixed the behavior wherein an error: “Error while fetching Quick Launch Nodes “ was displayed incorrectly for backup of some SharePoint sites.
INS-17822 SharePoint Online: Fixed the Live Activities issue wherein the SharePoint restore activity displayed incorrect progress details in the Progress column on the inSync Management Console.
INS-11549 SharePoint Online: Fixed the restore issue wherein restore failed due to a longer URL length.
INS-19837 SharePoint: We have added the support for Incremental Backup checkpointing in SharePoint backups.
INS-21296 SharePoint: Corrected log message for restore-related activity.
INS-20774 Exchange Online: Fixed the issue wherein administrators with Enterprise license could not download PST/MBOX file using the download link.
INS-19836 SharePoint Online: Fixed the backup issue wherein, when you perform a migration of an on-prem SharePoint site using ShareGate Desktop app to the newly created SharePoint online site, backup of migrated files failed. This fix is available only for CU074 (April 3, 2021) and later.
INS-16963 Fixed the issue wherein the folders configured for backup for a given user profile were not getting recognized on the inSync Client user interface.
INS-9557

Verbose Error Message: version disclosure

Fixed an issue related to information disclosure wherein during execution of payload injection in the cookie header field, the application revealed the  CherryPy framework version information.

Known Issues

The following issues were identified by our Quality Assurance team.

Issue  Description
REAL-13858

The eDiscovery Download Client user interface appears distorted. 

Workaround: Set the display scaling setting as 100%.
INS-19836

SharePoint Online: If you have migrated on-prem SharePoint site using ShareGate Desktop app to the newly created SharePoint online site (Before CU074 - April 3, 2021 release), backup of migrated files might fail.

Workaround: To resolve this issue, you must perform a full scan backup. For more details, contact Support.

 

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