Enhance release notes
Last updated: May 2022
28th April 2022
- A SSH login command is now displayed on 'SSH keys' and 'SSH password authentication'.
- Additional user guidance provided on 'nameservers' creation.
- phpMyAdmin display_errors disabled explicitly on the sign on script - this will override any server settings.
- Website placement falls back to global placement if no available role is in the packages assigned server group.
- Website dashboard load speed is now faster thanks to a separate DNS status end point.
- Source maps are no longer distributed with the Frontend bundle.
- 'Backup Enhance software' setting has been removed. The Enhance database is automatically backed up every 4hrs.
- Session cookies now have the 'Secure' flag.
- Cross origin headers are no longer sent by default.
- Additional validation has been added to the backup role installation to guide users.
- When renaming a file is selected, the name would default to '-copy'. This is now fixed.
- The page title now obeys the organisations brand settings.
- Email resources now default to '0' when an email role is installed after the package is created.
- When a server role install times out a descriptive error message is now displayed and the role installation continues in the background.
14th April 2022
- Internal DNS resolver (used for Let's Encrypt pre-flight checks) is now faster and more efficient.
- phpMyAdmin single signon now uses cache buster to prevent caching of redirects in some browsers.
- phpMyAdmin single sign-on bug when a website has multiple databases.
- Service updates now continue on a given server even if one service fails to update.
- Error on subscribing customers to shared plans
13th April 2022
- A server's primary IP can now be updated. Updating the primary IP will update in the database and the in-memory store. It will only impact newly added sites.
- When a domain alias is added with a directory that doesn't exist, the directory is now created.
- Install link now uses 'install.enhance.com'.
- Small UI improvements.
- On mobile it was not possible to visit the 'My account' page. This is now fixed.
- phpMyAdmin single sign-on logic now occurs mostly via the API and sessions are populated in backend. This improves reliability and security of phpMyAdmin single sign-on.
- Licence usage calculation now excludes "service" websites.
- Other miscellaneous bug fixes.