QTS build 20190626 Public Beta 2

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QTS build 20190626 Public Beta 2

Post by abbychou » Thu Jun 27, 2019 10:43 am

QTS build 20190626 Public Beta 2

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QTS build 20190626 Public Beta 2

[Important Notes]
- For the status of QTS updates and maintenance for your NAS model, visit https://www.qnap.com/en/product/eol.php
- We have fixed the vulnerabilities in the following apps to ensure your data security: Surveillance Station, QVPN Service, Qfiling, Qsync Central, QcalAgent, and IFTTT Agent. To continue using these apps, go to the App Center and update them to the latest version.
- For more information on the kernel versions for NAS models that QTS 4.4.1 supports, see https://www.qnap.com/en/release-note/kernel
- Removed the following applications from App Center due to PHP 7 updates in QTS 4.4.1: "phpEasyProject", "Dolphin", "CMS Made Simple", "Vtiger CRM", "iStat", and "PostgreSQL".

[New feature]
Control Panel - Multimedia Console
- Replaced Multimedia Management with Multimedia Console.
- Added support for sorting and hiding categories.
- Added feature that automatically uses image files as thumbnails for videos with the same filename.
- Added volume control function.
- Added support for new movie and TV show categories.

Virtualization Station
- vQTS 4.4.1 supports local installation via HTML5 console.

Control Panel - Hardware
- vQTS 4.4.1 supports GPU pass-through from Virtualization Station. This makes the resources of the assigned GPU available for use by the apps/services of that vQTS.

- Added support for managing shared folder encryption in File Station.

File Station
- Added support for document collaboration via Microsoft Office Online.

- Added support for removing the ultra-high speed (SSD) tier from a Qtier auto-tiering storage pool.

- Added Smart Snapshot Retention feature. Snapshots can now be retained by time period (hourly, daily, weekly, monthly).

Storage Management
- Added support for creating hardware-encrypted storage pools using SED drives.
- Added support for creating a one-time scheduled file system check.
- Storage & Snapshots now tracks and displays the estimated remaining life of SSDs.
- Added support for Fibre Channel storage protocol.
- QNAP drive adapters QDA-A2AR and QDA-A2MAR can now be used to create NAS storage space.
- QNAP drive adapter QDA-UMP can now be used to create NAS storage space.

User Group
- Added quota support for user groups.

- File Station supports encryption and decryption for files with the ".qenc" extension.

Expansion Card
- Added support for Mustang-F100 FPGA and Mustang-V100 VPU cards. You can go to Control Panel and assign them as resources for the OpenVINO™ Workflow Consolidation Tool.

App Center
- Added support for validating digital signatures and certificates.

- Files on mounted Google Drive accounts (.gdoc, .gslides, .gsheet) can now be downloaded as Microsoft Office files (.docx, .pptx, .xlsx) in File Station.

Network and Virtual Switch
- Added support for displaying Fibre Channel adapter information and status.

Resource monitor
- Added support for displaying kernel processes on the system processs category.

File Sharing Protocol
- Added support for Samba 4.7.

- Added support for account lockout after multiple failed login attempts.

- The new CacheMount application has replaced remote mount in File Station. Install CacheMount from the App Center to keep using remote mount services.

Control Panel - Daylight SavingTime
- Added support for cross-year daylight saving time settings.

Control Panel - Multimedia Console
- Moved Media Streaming Add-on to App Center repository.

QTS - Security
- Added version settings for TLS.
- Added support for HTTP compression.
- Modified the password policy to enhance user password security.

- Added support for up to 20 UPS devices.

Web Server
- Added version settings for TLS.
- Added support for HTTP compression.

- WebDAV is now disabled by default.

Storage Management
- Updated IronWolf Health Management (IHM) to support new Seagate IronWolf and IronWolf Pro drive models.
- QTS can now check for firmware updates for connected expansion devices and then prompt you to update them each time you log in.
- Added support for performing S.M.A.R.T. tests for NVMe SSDs.

Network and Virtual Switch
- Added indicators for interfaces that support WoL.

File Station
- Added support for checking access logs in file or folder properties in File Station.

- Reduced and optimized the maximum latency for SSD storage space.

[Other Changes]
- Updated to SQLite 3.26.0.
- Updated the Apache version to 2.4.39.
- Updated the PHP version to 7.3.4.

File Station
- Removed the "Show files and folders of my PC" function from File Station.

[Fixed Issues]
- Fixed a default credential vulnerability.
- Fixed an improper access control vulnerability (CVE-2019-7189).
- Fixed an XML injection vulnerability (CVE-2019-7190).
- Fixed an improper input validation vulnerability (CVE-2019-7191).
- Fixed a checksum validation vulnerability in Samba Active Directory domain controllers.
- Users could not complete Ubuntu 18.04 installation in Linux Station.
- QTS could not display the system temperature and system fan speeds on the TVS-863 in Control Panel > System > System Status > Hardware Information.
- File Station would unexpectedly display files or folders in case-sensitive order when sorting by name.
- The folder for ClamAV virus definitions would take more space than expected after users updated QTS to build 20190528.
- Multimedia Console could not generate thumbnails for certain NEF files.
- Multimedia Console could not finish indexing certain media files.
- Multimedia Console would count non-video ISO files as videos in the media content information.
- Storage & Snapshots would display the data collection agreement in Greek when the system language was set to French.
- Storage & Snapshots would display certain strings in English and Dutch when the system language was set to German.

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