Turbo Server April 22 Release

Turbo Server April 22 Release
HTML5 File Browser

The April 2022 Turbo Server release includes several major new features:

  • New! HTML5 File Browser lets users browse, open, and edit files directly within the Portal web interface. Users can easily interact with any connected T: drive storage provider via an associated Turbo application
  • New! File Associations can be added from the administration site to configure how users open or edit files from the file browser
File Associations
Workspace File Associations

Other new features include:

  • New API Rate Limit setting allows administrators to configure the maximum number of API requests allowed per IP address per second.
  • New HTML5 client Remember Me option and an Authentication user settings page allow users to remember their login credentials when launching cloud applications.
  • New Read-Only Administrator workspace permission role grants read access to workspace administration APIs.
  • Active Sessions may now be viewed and managed from the application server dashboard.
  • The Portal Client Download Banner may now be disabled.

Other improvements include:

  • Improved Reports page load performance for large data sets.
  • Improved administration site performance while the Hub is loading.
  • Workspace Application Version and VM Version settings are now dropdowns.
  • Improved URI Validation and default scheme for various administration URI inputs.
  • Enabled the User Profile Cache by default.
  • Improved server logs with additional diagnostic information.
  • Improved various visuals and text.

This update includes fixes for the following issues:

  • The Portal server administration link was incorrect in certain domain configurations.
  • The Portal workspace channel dropdown was missing from the root Portal URL if exactly one workspace existed.
  • Reconnecting to an existing application session could fail when specifying server tag restrictions.
  • The HTML5 client file browser did not load correctly if the user logged in using certain Windows username formats.
  • Cloud application launches could fail to use a newly added application version under certain circumstances.
  • SSO logins for existing users could fail if the user identifier changed casing in the identity provider.
  • Configuring SAML 2.0 single sign-on authentication could fail under certain circumstances.
  • Some administration site tables were not sorting correctly.