June 18, 2022 — Enterprise Application Access updates

Enterprise Application Access (EAA) new software release.

EAA Client versions

  • EAA Client for Windows: version 2.8.0
  • EAA Client for macOS: version 2.8.0
  • EAA Client for Ubuntu: version 2.8.0
  • EAA Client mobile app for iOS: version 2.1.0
  • EAA Client mobile app for Android: version 2.1.0

​Akamai​ EAA new features

​Akamai​ EAA Client end of support/service

  • EAA Client version 2.4.0, 2.4.1, 2.5.2, 2.5.3 End of Service / Support - From August 31, 2022, Akamai will no longer support EAA Client versions 2.4.0 and 2.4.1. From November 30, 2022, Akamai will no longer support EAA Client versions 2.5.2 and 2.5.3. These are the last dates to receive any support for these product versions. After these dates, these versions are obsolete and no support will be available.

  • Product Migration. For customers using EAA Client versions prior to 2.4.0, migrating to newer EAA Client versions will require the older EAA Client to be uninstalled before the newer EAA Client is installed.

EAA limitations

  • On MAC machines with M1 chipset, we do not support service for docker connector.

Fixed customer bugs

  • On a mobile device, the organization logo does not overlap the menu icon and MFA prompt page on the IdP login portal.
  • SAML tokens are issued correctly when the SAAS application (Enhanced Client or Proxy - ECP) is used with Akamai IdP.
  • Fixed issues with troubleshooting tools (ping, telnet, ldapsearch, tcpdump) for the docker connector.
  • Intermittent RDP white screen issue while changing the network on the end user machines has been fixed.
  • When the EAA client is switched with a 3rd party VPN or vice versa, interoperability issues are fixed.
  • Performing multiple manual syncs with addition and deletion of users within a short span of time, will not cause any user sync issues Active Directory.
  • When user logs in to the IdP during the password expiry threshold (configured in the password management section of the directory), you get the “Password Expiry Notification” correctly.