NoTouch OS 2.40.2658 adds SCEP support, new Virtual Appliance 20180114, more Imprivata Features, and Meltdown KPTI Patches
OS 2.40.2658 brings our latest features and improvements to NoTouch Desktop.
As our most recent release, OS 2.40.2658 adds important patches for the infamous Meltdown exploit, bringing you the benefit of added security. SCEP is supported, along with Fingerprint Authentication for Imprivata, and a fully up-to-date, VMware view client.
Keep your NoTouch Desktop environment running smoother than ever with NoTouch OS 2.40.2658.
Imprivata-Based Fingerprint Authentication
Thanks to our partnership with Imprivata, we now support Fingerprint Authentication, along with Single Sign on and Fast User Switching (FUS).
KPTI Patches Help Combat Meltdown
The infamous Meltdown and Spectre exploits gained a lot of attention early this year. Luckily these exploits have zero effect on the Raspberry Pi. NoTouch OS also fights against Meltdown and Spectre by defending itself against third party applications. We’ve made the appropriate updates to our software to add further protection.
Enterprise Certificate Management – SCEP
Thanks to our NoTouch Desktop, certificates are automatically delivered to endpoints. No more hassle. Auto enroll endpoints, and set configurations, all from your browser. It’s that easy. We have also added SCEP to our list of supported certificate managers.
VMware View Client 4.7
VMware View Client 188.8.131.525152 has been integrated into NoTouch Desktop together with VMware’s official release date. No need to wait! This VMware Client contains PCoIP, Blast Extreme and the most current Skype for Business optimization package. Upgrade your VDI for the best possible user experience on both remote desktops on both low-bandwidth and high latency connections.
Stratodesk’s Virtual Appliance is up to date with our most current improvements and features. Appliance 20180114 contains the newest kernel, the latest NoTouch Center (NTC 4.2.506), and the appropriate Meltdown Patches.
Additional Features –Boosting your VDI:
- Updated Firefox to 52.5.3esr [PC (x86/x64)]
- Updated Flash player to 184.108.40.206 [PC (x86/x64)]
- Reduced overall image size by removing unnecessary components from Genesis