Version 5.80.2200.0820 (November 2013)
- Support for Mavericks (OS X 10.9)
- Support for Apple Remote Desktop 3.7 (Learn more)
8327 Resolved a cosmetic issue of truncated text in German version.
8328 Resolved a cosmetic issue of alignment in German version.
8961 Installing Deep Freeze Mac 5.8 on systems running Snow Leopard and upgrading directly to Mavericks displays a warning about the Deep Freeze Mac driver from an unidentified developer. (Learn more)
7265 Cannot install Deep Freeze Mac on new Macs which come with Core Storage Volumes enabled. (Learn more) (Case No: BCM-136-49841)
9046 If you upgrade from older OS to Mavericks, with Deep Freeze 5.8 already installed, Deep Freeze Mac will not lock users out of the computer during a scheduled maintenance even when the option is enabled. (Learn more)
Version 5.70.2200.0758 (July 2013)
New Features and Enhancements
Redesigned Maintenance view with a summary of scheduled tasks.
Allow repeating schedule to run on multiple days.
Execute a desired script during Maintenance Period.
Run Apple Software Updates and the script in the same schedule.
Prevent conflicting maintenance periods from being scheduled.
Show countdown warning message before maintenance starts.
5575 Resolved an issue where the Name field in Deep Freeze Remote allowed the user to enter a Deep Freeze user name with a special characters.
5588 Resolved an issue where Deep Freeze Remote did not save the last selected computer list and always opened the default All Computers computer list.
7276 Resolved an issue where an invalid schedule preference file with missing keys could be imported in Deep Freeze Remote.
7341 Resolved an issue with sending schedules with long names that contained special characters.
7351 Resolved an issue on OSX 10.8.0 where Deep Freeze Remote was not granted access to the Key Chain.
7516 Resolved an issue of memory leak in Schedule Summary.
7592 Resolved a broken automation functionality in Deep Freeze installer. (Case No: UWU-821-40697)
7609 Resolved an issue where Error 0xE00002c2 occurs when trying to create the Deep Freeze Mac login info or attempting to Freeze the system. (Case No: GJB-794-54927)
7265 Cannot install Deep Freeze Mac on new Macs which come with Core Storage Volumes enabled. (Case No: BCM-136-49841)
Version 5.60.2200.0703 (November 2012)
- Thaw for Several Restarts via Deep Freeze Remote: Option to send a Thaw command to a computer so that it remains Thawed for a specified number of reboots.
- Update License Key option via Deep Freeze Remote.
- Retain ThawSpaces: ThawSpaces are automatically retained during a major upgrade or reinstall. The retained ThawSpaces location has changed from “/Volumes” to “/Library/Application Support/Faronics/Deep Freeze/ThawSpaces” so it is more accessible to the user during an upgrade or uninstall.
- Deep Freeze Remote has been updated and version number will match with product version number for subsequent releases.
- Usability Improvements:
- Deep Freeze status icon displayed in the Boot Control tab for visual of the Deep Freeze status.
- Deep Freeze menu bar status icon has been changed.
- Added descriptions to each tab for clarity.
- Added a confirmation dialog when there are unsaved changes in the ThawSpace and Mapping tab.
- “Tag User ThawSpace with Icon” option has been moved to the “Add ThawSpace” dialogue.
- Added a reminder to disable Fast User Switching for “Restart instead of Log Out” feature.
- FB5559 – Resolved an issue where Deep Freeze Remote did not save the user’s last used maintenance settings.
- FB6057 – Resolved an issue where Deep Freeze Remote’s Shut Down Immediately option restarted the workstation instead of shutting them down.
- FB6669 – Resolved a cosmetic issue in the translated UI.
Version 5.50.2200.0658 (for Snow Leopard – Mountain Lion) and Version 4.66.2200.0410 (for Tiger –Leopard) (July 2012)
- Support for OS X Mountain Lion.
- Support for OS X Server.
- Updated Deep Freeze Remote (Build No:1.01.2200.0028)
- FB2037 – Resolved an issue where Deep Freeze login window re-launches on OS X Lion at startup of the Deep Freeze administrator’s computer user account, when the Restart button in DFXControl is used.
- FB4716 – Resolved a cosmetic issue in the Japanese version.
- FB5551 – Resolved an issue where Deep Freeze Mac Installer creates an Install Package with a username which is not accepted by DFXControl. (Case No: QFX-889-76543)
Version 5.10.2200.0614 (for Snow Leopard – Lion) and Version 4.66.2200.0410 (for Tiger –Leopard) (June 2012)
- Support for TRIM on Mac OS X 10.6.8.
- Unified Installer
Deep Freeze Assistant and the Deep Freeze Installer have been merged to create a Unified Installer to Install Deep Freeze, Create an Installer, and Install Deep Freeze Remote/ARD Tasks.
- Deep Freeze Remote
Deep Freeze Remote is a new application that provides a user-friendly interface to manage Deep Freeze computers.
- FB1149 – Resolved an issue where users who are mapped to a new location, were be re-mapped to the old location set in Deep Freeze Assistant when user logged into Deep Freeze.
- FB1152 – Resolved a cosmetic issue in the German version.
- FB1153 – Resolved an issue where Deep Freeze does not always display the whole name of the software update that is being installed during Maintenance.
- FB1154 – Resolved an issue where some software updates are not installed during Maintenance although the lockout dialog displays Installing.
- FB4182 – Resolved an issue in OS X 10.7: Automatic system login causes a timing issue where the Restart instead of Logout option does not work reliably.
Version 5.01.2200.0520 (for Lion) and Version 4.65.2200.0407 (for Tiger – Snow Leopard) (January 2012)
- 1969 – Resolved an issue where the targets for the Deep Freeze Mac Drives were being set to Frozen. (Case No: GVR-423-68674)
- TT1059 – Users who are mapped to a new location will be re-mapped to the old location set in Deep Freeze Assistant when the user logs into Deep Freeze.
- TT1061 – When an unlicensed version of Deep Freeze Mac expires, DFXControl displays Subscription has expired instead of Evaluation has expired.
- TT1064 - During maintenance, Deep Freeze Mac does not always display the whole name of the software update that is being installed.
- TT1065 - Some software updates may not be installed during maintenance, though the lockout window displays Installing.
- Support for Mac OS X 10.7 Lion.
- Support for TRIM enabled SSD systems on Mac OS X 10.7 Lion.
- Support for Subscription License Keys.
- 956 - Resolved issue that could allow a user to gain access to a system during Maintenance with the keyboard and mouse locked under certain specific circumstances.
- 1025 – Resolved issue that could cause the status command to return an incorrect result.
- 1026 – Resolved issue that caused the removeAllSchedules command to fail if only one single schedule existed.
- 1027 – Resolved an issue that caused the green “success” icon to incorrectly appear in Apple Remote Desktop even if the removeAllSchedules command had failed.
- 1043 – Resolved issue that could prevent a Global ThawSpace from being created if every user account already had a User ThawSpace created and assigned.
- Support for Subscription License Keys.
- 1025 Resolved issue that could cause the status command to return an incorrect result.
- Installation is prevented on systems with a TRIM enabled SSD on Mac OS X 10.6.x. (This is due to an incompatibility between all versions of Deep Freeze Mac and TRIM under Mac OS X 10.6.x.)
- Deep Freeze Mac now supports drives larger than 2.2 TB.
- 842 – Resolved issue that could cause a reboot loop during Maintenance while attempting to apply a corrupted or otherwise invalid Apple software update.
- 914 – Resolved issue that would incorrectly cause a computer to enter Maintenance if it was started in a Thawed state after a scheduled Maintenance period’s start time (but prior to the end time).
- 1022 – Resolved significant negative performance impact when installed on a system using an Advanced Format hard disk.
New and Improved Features
- ThawSpaces can be resized.
- Only ThawSpace owners can access their own User ThawSpace. Other users will not be able to access it. (On Mac OS X 10.4, other users’ ThawSpaces will not be shown on the Desktop. On Mac OS X 10.5 and 10.6, when a user logs in, other users’ ThawSpaces will be shown on the Desktop as a folder with no access.)
- When Deep Freeze is uninstalled and ThawSpaces are retained, only ThawSpace owners can mount their own User ThawSpace. Other users will not able to mount or access it.
- Additional CLI commands.
- Replace ThawSpace feature has been removed (no longer required because a ThawSpace can now be resized).
- Add ThawSpace only lists users who do not already have a ThawSpace assigned.
- When deleting a ThawSpace that has had a Mapping operation done to it, the administrator will receive a warning.
- The Status command now includes the ARD Info Field and also now requires a username/ password.
- Usability improvements during installation when entering a License Key.
- 503 – Resolved an issue that could cause a kernel panic or failure to boot when Deep Freeze is installed on a system with a physical hard drive formatted with GPT, APM, and MBR or with a RAID disk.
- 733 – Resolved an issue that could prevent ThawSpaces from being mounted correctly for multiple users on eMac machines.
- 764 – Resolved an issue that could cause the normal OS X Shut Down command to restart the computer if Restart on Logoff has been configured in Deep Freeze.
- 893 – Resolved an issue that could prevent some partitions from being listed in the Mapping tab in specific circumstances.
- 912 – Resolved an issue that could prevent User ThawSpaces from being created for Mobile users whose name included a space.
- 917 – Resolved compatibility issue with eSATA drives.
- 920 – Resolved an issue with the Status command that could prevent the data from being output in XML format when using the -x flag.
- 932 – Resolved issue that would prevent a standard user from retrieving the License Type and Expiry Date information when using the getLicenseInfo command.
- 934 – Japanese Localization only: Resolved minor cosmetic issue in the About dialog.
- 936 – Resolved an issue that could result in a password being invalid if a number was added to the end of an existing password.
- 940 – Japanese Localization only: Resolved minor cosmetic issue in the Boot Control tab.
- 942 – Resolved an issue that would cause ThawSpaces to remain mounted until a restart if they had been removed via the CLI.
- 950 – Japanese Localization only: Resolved minor cosmetic issue.
- 1013 - Resolved an issue that would prevent ThawSpaces from being removed as a Mapping destination until Deep Freeze was restarted.
- 1014 - Resolved usability issue when creating a ThawSpace and Mapping data at the same time.
- 1017 – The status command now requires an adminstrator user name and password.
- 913 – Resolved an issue that could allow unauthorized users to set and view the License Key by using the setLicenseKey and getLicenseInfo commands.
- 916 – The License Key is now partially obscured in all locations of the UI.
- 919 – Resolved an issue that could prevent a user from being able to access the registration screen during installation, if non-standard characters were entered on the registration screen, the user clicked Go Back, and then clicked Continue.
- 921 – Resolved an issue that could allow unauthorized users to view the License Key by using the status -x command.
- 927 – Resolved an issue that would prevent License Keys from being correctly applied if they had been entered in lower case.
- Licensing: Deep Freeze Mac now employs the same licensing scheme as other Faronics products. Therefore, a valid License Key must be entered into the product in order to prevent it from expiring after a 30-day evaluation period.
- Compatible with Mac OS X 10.6 Snow Leopard.
- No longer supported on, or compatible with, Mac OS X 10.3 Panther.
- 817 – Resolved issue that would cause only one partition to be badged with a Deep Freeze icon if two partitions with identical names existed.
- 819 – Resolved issue that resulted in the deleteUser command returning incorrect output if it was executed with a non-existing user name as the argument.
- 821 – Resolved issue that resulted in the display of a green icon with a check mark instead of a red icon when an invalid deactivateSchedule command was executed.
- 827 – Resolved issue that could cause DFXControl to cancel a restart and not quit properly after attemping to create a ThawSpace that is bigger than the available volume space.
- 830 – Resolved issue that could return a bus error if /Library/Application\ Support/Faronics/Deep\ Freeze/deepfreeze was executed with no command.
- 832 – Resolved issue that would prevent /Library/Application Support/Faronics/deepfreeze from being removed if Deep Freeze was uninstalled using the deepfreeze uninstall command.
- 848 – Resolved issue that would prevent Mapping from working if the user account short name did not match the user’s home folder name.
- 849 – Resolved issue that prevented Deep Freeze from being able to handle drives bigger than 2.2 TB.
- 850 – Resolved issue that prevented the shift + control + option + f6 key combination from working correctly on MacBook unibody computers.
- 852 – Running issue that could cause a bus error when executing /Library/Application/Application\ Support/Faronics/Deep\ Freeze/CLI <username> <password>.
- 875 – French localization only: The Use Information Field: field was not greyed out when the Show Status in Apple Remote Desktop checkbox is unchecked.
- 892 Resolved cause of an Uncaught exception error in the mapAllUsers deepfreeze command.
- 877 – Resolved issue that could prevent a mid-2009 MacBook Pro with an internal SD card reader from mounting HFS+ SD media if Deep Freeze was installed (whether Frozen or Thawed).
- 855 – Resolved issue that could prevent a mid-2009 MacBook Pro with an internal SD card reader from mounting SD media if Deep Freeze was installed (whether Frozen or Thawed). Note: this issue still occurs with SD media that is formatted as HFS+ and will be resolved in a future revision.
Private release for testing purposes.
- 855 – Resolved issue that could prevent a mid-2009 MacBook Pro with an SD card reader from mounting SD media if Deep Freeze was installed (whether Frozen or Thawed). Note: this issue still occurs with SD media that is formatted as HFS+ and will be resolved in a future revision.
- 814 – Resolved issue that could prevent the Deep Freeze icon from being displayed in the Menu Bar and cause associated errors after manually launching DFXControl.app.
- 818 – Resolved issue that could potentially cause a kernel panic at startup.
- Introduced a new, more secure, command line syntax, deepfreeze, to address a reported security vulnerability. Refer to the user guide for more information. The former, CLI, command line options are still available for backward compatibility and transition purposes, but have been deprecated and will be removed in a future release. Both sets of commands are installed in ARD via the Deep Freeze Assistant.
- Security enhancements (resolved the following reported security vulnerabilities):
- Passwords using Unicode characters and passwords over 11 characters long were truncated when hashed.
- Stored, hashed, passwords may be reversible by a malicious user.
- The kernel extension did not verify the password correctly before dumping the .dfxdata.dat file.
- No current method to use the vulnerabilities to compromise a protected system have been documented, but the issues has been resolved.
- 763 – Resolved issue that could cause the Frozen Deep Freeze icon to disappear from the menu bar when a custom message with %, #, or @ is displayed to a user.
- 772 - Resolved issue that could cause DFXLogin to reject the first DF User’s credentials immediately after they have been configured in rare circumstances.
- 773 - Resolved issue that could cause Deep Freeze Mac workstations connected to a domain to experience a domain trust failure after a period of time and thereafter be unable to authenticate against the domain.
- 790 – Resolved an issue that prevented a Maintenance Schedule from being activated if its Day: and From: values are the same as a schedule located above it in the Maintenance Schedule list.792 Resolved issue that could result in configuration changes not being saved if the DF Admin User was edited in the same session.795 Resolved issue on the Maintenance screen of the Deep Freeze Assistant that could cause the Lock Out User checkbox to get checked when Warn User At: was checked.
- Improved French, German, Japanese, and Spanish localizations.
- Able to write Deep Freeze status (Frozen or Thawed) for each workstation in Apple Remote Desktop Computer Info Field 1-4. This is useful for viewing and sorting workstations in ARD by Deep Freeze status.
- Security enhancements (resolved the following reported security vulnerabilities):During installation the security permissions on the .dfxdata.dat file were marked as world- readable. Although the file is encrypted, this could allow a local user to access the encrypted copy of the Deep Freeze Configuration. The permissions on all three files are now set to prevent access by anybody other than the root user.Data returned from the kernel extension may sometimes contain data from random locations in kernel memory due to a failure to clear allocated memory before returning it to the client. No current method to use the vulnerability to compromise a protected system has been documented, but the issue has been resolved.
- 86 – Resolved issue that could prevent the Deep Freeze menu bar icon and Frozen drive badges from displaying correctly if Parental Controls were enabled.124 Resolved issue that could prevent Deep Freeze ARD commands from rebooting a system if no local user was logged in prior to sending the command.
- 178 – Resolved issue that could result in a retained ThawSpace mounting after reinstallation of Deep Freeze in a Frozen state.
- 668 – Resolved issue that could result in Maintenance schedules with overlapping execution times being deactivated in an unexpected manner.
- 672 – Resolved issue that would allow the Deep Freeze command mapAllUsers to map the current logged in user (this would cause unexpected results).
- 729 – Resolved issue that would prevent partitions from being sorted correctly by Frozen or Thawed status in the Drives list.
- 730 – Resolved issue that could prevent Deep Freeze Controller from being accessed via the keyboard shortcut or the Login menu bar command in certain specific circumstances.
- 731 – Resolved issue that would display Sharing Only accounts on the Mapping tab even though those account types cannot be mapped.
- 734 – Resolved issue that could result in the Deep Freeze Assistant displaying a blank DF User Name and password if the information had previously been entered but the user then navigated back one screen and then forward again to the DF User screen.
- 735 – Resolved issue that could result in a system not being set into the Frozen state correctly if the partition table on the system has an empty low level partition name.
- 736 – Resolved issue that could allow the Deep Freeze menu bar commands to be accessible even if the menu bar icon was set to be hidden.
- 752 – Resolved capitalization and grammatical errors in Deep Freeze Control.
- 759 – Resolved issue that would prevent the Deep Freeze status command from correctly displayingthe value set for Warn User At.
- 760 – Resolved cosmetic issue where the Add button was not greyed out if 10 Maintenance schedules were already created (Deep Freeze Mac allows a maximum of 10 Maintenance schedules to be set).
- Resolved issue that would cause a machine with Deep Freeze installed to kernel panic on restart under two conditions:
- The machine had a build of OS X newer than 10.5.2 9C31 (such as the February 2008 MacBook and MacBook Pros).
- The machine had the Time Machine and AirPort Updates v1.0 Apple software update installed.
- Resolved issue in installer that could erroneously return an error message indicating that Deep Freeze could not be installed on a machine running OS X 10.5.2.
- Resolved issue that could cause a ThawSpace to behave like a Frozen volume in certain circumstances.
- Resolved issue that could prevent Safari bookmarks from being saved after Mapping Safari bookmarks to a ThawSpace.
- Changed Deep Freeze status information to write to ARD Info Field 3 instead of Info Field 1.
- Resolved issue where ThawSpace(s) on Leopard may fail to mount on system restart.
- Resolved issue where ThawSpace(s) on Leopard may fail to mount for users who are partially mapped to a ThawSpace.
- Resolved issue on Leopard where permissions may be incorrectly set on a ThawSpace after Deep Freeze is uninstalled with ThawSpaces retained.
- Resolved issue where ThawSpaces might not correctly appear in the list after performing an upgrade install from v3.22 to v4.0.
- Resolved issue where drive settings on the Drives tab might not correctly appear after performing an upgrade install from v3.22 to v4.0.
- Resolved various minor localization issues.
- Resolved issue where permissions may be incorrectly set on a user’s Desktop folder after partially Mapping the user’s Desktop to a per-user ThawSpace and then uninstalling Deep Freeze with the ThawSpace retained.
- Removed debugging information that had erroneously been left in the Deep Freeze Assistant .
- Resolved issue that could result in a “question mark” icon in the menu bar instead of the expected Deep Freeze icon
- Resolved an issue that could result in the inability to create a per-user ThawSpace in rare circumstances.
- Integrated Mapping to retain user data across restarts. Deep Freeze Assistant allows Mapping by user type (specific accounts don’t need to be configured); allowed types are Admin, Standard, or Mobile. DFX Control allows Mapping by specific user (all or parts of a user account can be mapped to a second partition or ThawSpace.
- Multiple Maintenance Schedules can be configured.
- Compatible with Mac OS X 10.5 Leopard.
- Resolved issue where FAT 32 partitions might not appear in the Drives tab.
- Resolved issue that could result in long reboot times if many ThawSpaces were configured.
- Resolved issue that could result in a user being unable to create Maintenance Schedules if Deep Freeze settings containing an empty Maintenance Schedule list had previously been imported.
- Deep Freeze now prevents the machine’s hard disk from going to sleep during Scheduled Maintenance.
- Resolved issue with the Check for Updates feature that could result in text in an incorrect language being returned on non-English systems.
- Resolved issue that could cause an Invalid Password message to be displayed if the correct login credentials were provided but the OK button was clicked twice in the Deep Freeze Login window.
- Resolved issue that could cause a drive to be omitted from the Drives tab if more than one drive with the identical low-level name existed on the system.
- Resolved issue that could result in the incorrect application of a Maintenance period.
- Resolved an issue where the system may not boot successfully (spinning wheel of death) when ThawSpace(s) present.
- Resolved an issue where, in rare circumstances, systems may not boot successfully after a clean install of Deep Freeze Mac.
- Individual ThawSpaces can be tagged with the user’s icon.
- Creating a ThawSpace now shows a progress bar to indicate creation status.
- Deep Freeze Assistant enhancement. Designate (by name) from the Assistant if you want any volumes/partitions Thawed upon install of Deep Freeze.
- Enhanced “Check for Update” feature. Check for new versions of Deep Freeze from either the workstation or via the Apple Remote Desktop (ARD) console.
- Additional, installable ARD tasks to tag individual ThawSpaces, specify Thawed /Frozen partitions and check for Deep Freeze updates
- Resolved an issue where Deep Freeze would quit unexpectedly if data was imported and a “Save” was attempted.
- Resolved an issue where, in rare circumstances, computers would shutdown after maintenance, even though this option was not chosen.
- Resolved an issue where, in rare circumstances, the maintenance warning message would appear to the user after maintenance was completed.
- Resolved an issue where PowerBook G4 computers would boot into single-user mode after Deep Freeze was installed.
- ThawSpace enhancement: Global and Individual ThawSpaces can be added or deleted fromwithin the ThawSpace tab in the Deep Freeze Controller.
- All ThawSpaces can be sized in either MB or GB and can range from 1 MB to 120 GB.
- Manageability of Deep Freeze Mac through the LANDesk console for those running the LANDesk Management Suite.
- Apple Software Update status: when installing software updates with the user locked out, Deep Freeze Mac now shows updates from Apple as they are installed.
- Ability for the program to check if a newer version is available.
- New path name for the command line interface tool used by Apple Remote Desktop (ARD).
- Additional installable ARD tasks to manage Deep Freeze users and ThawSpaces
- Resolved an issue where Deep Freeze continued software updates after the scheduled maintenance period had ended if the maintenance period had been set too short for all maintenance tasks to occur.
- Resolved an issue where some machines would restart multiple times after Deep Freeze was installed through ARD.
- Resolved an issue where the Frozen Drive badge would not appear if logged in as a limited user.
- Resolved an issue where, under some circumstances, the Frozen Drive badge would appear when the machine was Thawed.
- Resolved an issue where, if the Restart instead of Log out option was checked, the computer would restart if the user chose Shut Down from the Apple menu.
- Resolved an issue where the message: One or more of the ThawSpaces you wish to create already exists… sometimes appeared when no ThawSpaces had been created .
- Resolved an issue where the user was unable to create a ThawSpace if the Boot Control tab was set to Boot Frozen even when Deep Freeze was Thawed.
- Resolved an issue where, in rare circumstances on G5 Power Macs, cooling fans would run at full speed during start-up.
- Resolved an issue where, after using the Deep Freeze Assistant, a status report through ARD would indicate the existence of a Global ThawSpace when none existed.
- Resolved an issue where, after uninstalling the program via ARD, a status report through ARD would not indicate the existence of a retained ThawSpace.
- Resolved an issue where the maintenance user warning would not work properly unless the user first tabbed out of the changed field before applying the change.
- Resolved an issue where, in rare circumstances, the Save reminder message would appear after the user had already clicked Apply to save changes.
- Resolved an issue where, under some circumstances, machines imaged with Deep Freeze Mac would not boot up past the grey Apple screen.
- Enhanced performance when utilizing ThawSpace functionality.
- Shortened reboot time when using large ThawSpaces.
- Resolved issue where, in certain circumstances, a Frozen computer running an administrator account would reboot instead of shutting down when Restart instead of Log Out had been checked in the Deep Freeze Controller’s Boot Control tab.
- ThawSpace capability; users can designate both a Global ThawSpace (for all users to access) or a user-based Thawspace (usable by only an individual local user). ThawSpaces can be retained upon uninstall.
- Maintenance scheduling capability; users can schedule a maintenance period to automatically pull down Apple Software Updates and perform other updates if required. Other available options include: the ability to lock out a user, to warn a user that a maintenance period is about to occur, and to shut down the computer at the conclusion of the maintenance period.
- Enhanced Deep Freeze Assistant; users can create custom install packages to preset all options available through the Deep Freeze Controller before deploying the packages to multiple workstations.
- Additional installable Apple Remote Desktop (ARD) tasks.
- Compatible with ARD 3.
- Single install file for PPC and Intel-based Macs.
- Single Deep Freeze Assistant file for PPC and Intel-based Macs.
- Enhanced program performance .
First release version of Deep Freeze Mac ARD for Intel-based Macs.
- Resolved issue where, in certain rare circumstances, the driver may not load and a “skull & crossbones” icon would appear in the menu bar.
- Resolved kernel panics and startup loops that could occur in certain situations.
- Resolved bug in the Deep Freeze login window that could result in unauthorized access to the configuration settings.
- Resolved issue where DFXControl could quit unexpectedly if a user was configured to have no password.