Today we released the official version of VShell 4.1.
VShell 4.1 for Windows improves trigger support with a new built-in SFTP transfer trigger action and the ability to configure trigger actions to run as an account other than the VShell service account.
Here’s what Chris McElveny, VShell’s product director, had to say about the new release:
“With the new SFTP Transfer trigger action, files uploaded to a DMZ drop zone can be automatically moved to another machine using the SFTP protocol. Previously, it was difficult to configure a trigger solution that was able to access network resources (like file shares). The capability to run a trigger as a specific user account now makes it easier to securely access network resources within a trigger action.”
In addition, VShell 4.1 adds group management to the internal user database, allowing for easier user management and additional fine-grained control.
VShell 4.1 also improves security and compliance with support for ECDSA host keys, ECDH key-exchange algorithms, and larger RSA key bit sizes.
You can read more about the new capabilities in VShell 4.1 here:
Download and evaluate the 4.1 release today.
For a complete list of changes, please see the history file:
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