Release Notes

Iron Mountain Policy Center 5.4.11 Release Notes

Summary

Release 5.4.11 addresses a number of enhancements and anomalies regarding the Policy Center Application.

Enhancements and Anomalies Addressed

Information Governance (IG) Portal Enhancements

  • In ClassicView’s Search bar, the “clear search” function graphic was incorrectly placed. It is now rendering correctly. (Support Item 4611).
  • When initially setting a Customer Logo in IG Portal configuration, the logo is not rendered. Now, the logo is rendered correctly instead of in a subsequent upload. (Support Item 4586)

Policy Center Improvements:

  • Policy Center can now support a “Max Period” in both the Rule object and display that retention attribute in General Tab of ClassicView. (Support Item 2492)
  • The UDF (User Defined Field) feature has been enhanced. Now, a Site Administrator can configure the following User Define Field attributes.
    • The configuration of User Define Field is achieved from:
      • Admin>Settings>Field Customizations
    • Object types currently supported are: Record Class, Data Source and Data Owner objects
    • Up to 50 customizable fields per object is possible
    • Ability to remove the customizable fields with the values in the PCS database associated with them (with the warning message)
    • Ability to edit the field label
    • Ability to edit the field help text
    • Hide the metadata field group if there are no custom fields in the object (except for Record Class)
  • An anomaly associated with removing Visible-Columns from a CustomView causing system performance degradation has been addressed. (Support items 4402, 4373)
  • An error ("Sorry, no results found"), may occur when filtering the Citation Library by Mapped State: 'Not Mapped'. This issue has been fixed. (Support Item 4469)

Microsoft Internet Explorer Advisory

  • As of January 1, 2017, Policy Center, Enterprise and Professional Editions, will support only Microsoft Internet Explorer v11 and Google Chrome (Version 61.0.3163.100 and above).
  • As you may know, beginning January 12, 2016, Microsoft has been supporting only the most current version of Internet Explorer (v11) available. Internet Explorer 11 is the last version of Internet Explorer, and will continue to receive security updates, compatibility fixes, and technical support on Windows 7, Windows 8.1, and Windows 10.
  • This policy is in-line with previously issued maintenance notifications for the Iron Mountain Policy Center.