Sectigo Certificate Manager Release 21.11 Scheduled Maintenance for Saturday, November 20, 2021 10:00 UTC



November 12, 2021 8:12PM UTC
Scheduled - Upgrade starts Saturday November 20, 2021 10:00 UTC for 6 hours.

The SCM 21.11 release includes the following enhancements and fixes:

- New and improved user interface. While the same functionality is available, we have improved the user experience. (SCM-4197)

- Major improvements to Domain Control Validation. Support for domain control validation at any subdomain level is added. Previously only the apex domains could be validated. Following the new DCV process requirements as per CA Browser Forum ballot SC45, HTTP(S) CSR Hash DCV method is no longer suitable for validating wildcard domain names as well as for authenticating an entire domain namespace. (SCM-4063)

- Support for Microsoft CA backend for all certificate types. This replaces the "Enroll on Behalf" feature only available for device certificates in previous releases. (SCM-4404)

- The certificate tables of all types (SSL, client, code signing, device) now support additional columns of the “custom fields” category. The custom fields shown in this category are those configured for the relevant certificate type. Exporting the table to CSV file also includes these new columns. (SCM-4373)

- Added custom field support for code signing certificates. (SCM-4045)

- Awaiting approval email notification was sent for an SSL certificate request via REST API even though the “Allow SSL auto approve” account option was enabled. (SCM-3966)

- The SSL certificate’s “Requested By” email address could not be edited. (SCM-4211)

- Automatic installation of the SSL certificate failed due to the ServerAlias tags in Apache configuration on the customer’s side. (SCM-4075)

- Improved parsing of CSR Subject to deal with RDNs in incorrect order. (SCM-4468)

- The code signing certificate request failed due to incorrectly identified key size. (SCM-4251)

November 20, 2021 10:00AM UTC
Active - Scheduled maintenance is starting.

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