This month, we’re sending some love towards those of you who use deployment tools via Microsoft Endpoint Manager.
In previous versions it simply wasn’t possible to deploy our application via Microsoft Intune or Microsoft Endpoint Configuration Manager, as our installer was tricky to work with.
Happily, we’re announcing that the February update comes with a new installer that plays more nicely with deployment tools you use, which will save you lots of time and effort as you deploy and update the application.
Like our previous update, these new security options are available for early access to those of you who are interested. Get in touch with us at firstname.lastname@example.org if you want to learn more.
Features, functions and improvements
Split Installer | We’ve produced a new installer that comes in two parts, so that the application might be deployed effectively via Microsoft Endpoint Manager (MEM). You can request the split installer by emailing email@example.com. The usual packaged installer will still be available to those of you who don’t use device management tools.
Kiosk | Improved the security of Launcher by extending its desktop overlay to any number of screens connected to the system. Windows desktops will now remain hidden regardless of the number of displays connected to the system.
Fixes to bugs and defects
Application | Fixed an issue whereby certain applications (i.e. Miro app) would not appear via the settings when adding a new shortcut.
Interface | Fixed a minor issue whereby user interface issues would appear while using the application is certain languages.
Microsoft Teams | Fixed an issue that would cause a calendar event to be shown while launching a call.
Interface | Modified the behaviour of the home screen meetings side panel, which would previously remain open after launching a call.
Interface | Fixed minor issues what would cause certain UI elements to be misaligned or be sized inconsistently.