What’s New | AccuRoute 6.3
AccuRoute 6.3 is Upland AccuRoute’s major release for 2019 released in the Fall of 2019. The newest release looks to continue the focus on security and system administration. Now including much sought after dashboard based monitoring as well as more Admin-level permissions that can restrict administrators from viewing potentially sensitive material.
Microsoft 2019 Support:
AccuRoute 6.3 is qualified on Microsoft Windows Server 2019.
HP Device Support:
Support for OXP 1.8 and HP’s Fall line of devices will be supported in AccuRoute 6.3.
Ricoh Smart Operation Panel:
Support for the Android-Based Ricoh Operating System known as “Smart Operation Panel” will be supported.
Restrict Viewing of Documents Permission:
In certain secure data environments, corporate and government regulations prohibit the ability for anyone to see documents containing sensitive information. With this release, AccuRoute will make it configurable within the Administrator application to create a role that restricts the ability to “view” documents while retaining all other Administrative functions.
Local Admin Rights – No Longer Required:
As customers continue to press security and hardening of infrastructures, it has been requested to provide the ability for AccuRoute to operate with a Windows Service account, that does not have Windows Local-Administrator rights. As part of this release, the documentation will be updated outlining how to remove the HPCR Windows Service Account from the Local Administrators group, after the software is installed.
Filescan Performance Configuration:
Filescan will now be equipped with the capability to configure controls to improve performance. The rate at which jobs flow through the connector, as well as time scheduling control can be set by the administrator to optimize performance.
AccuRoute will be enhanced to offer system administrators to monitor the health of the AccuRoute Server. This will allow IT managers and administrators to be proactive on the overall system status at any given time. This does not replace active system monitoring, but complements those abilities with a quick window view into the operation of the platform. The dashboard will be viewble directly from within the WebApps client.
System Insights will support reporting on:
All Services are in a “Started” state
All Connectors are “Enabled”
Queue levels are within monitored thresholds
Compose Engine Status
Local Drives sizes are within threshold limits, on both Servers and Remote Composers (not IIS or SQL Servers)
Display the Job failure rate in a certain period of time
Display the average processing time for messages over the past hour / 24 hours by message type, e.g. email, fax, network folder
IIS app pools are “Started” for each connected IIS Server
Simulate an LDAP lookup of a user to determine accessibility and speed
Monitor network folders, with thresholds for build up or oldest file