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Barracuda RMM
formerly Managed Workplace

What's New in this Release

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Internal Script Editing and Creation Tool in the Automation Library

Barracuda RMM’s new internal script editor lets you write and edit scripts directly in the Automation Library without leaving Barracuda RMM.

Also with the new internal script editor, you can edit scripts just by clicking on their links in the Automation Library. This script editor lets you make the changes you need without editing the script externally and re-uploading.

See Adding a Script to Barracuda RMM.

Changes and Improvements to Automation

Cancel Pending Automation Tasks

You can now cancel scheduled automation tasks that have the status of Pending on the calendar. Tasks will appear on the calendar and Execution results as "Cancelled by user".

See Canceling and Deleting Automated Tasks.

Schedule and Run Now Available from the Automation Library page

You can now schedule or immediately run scripts, automation packages and quick tasks from the Automation Library page.

See To schedule or immediately run a script, automation package or quick task in Viewing Scripts, Automation Packages, and Quick Tasks.

IP Range Restriction

Administrators can now restrict Barracuda RMM log ins to a specific range of IP addresses, preventing users outside that address range from logging in. This provides additional security by preventing unauthorized users from accessing Service Center.

For more information, see Configuring IP Ranges Allowed to Log In.

User History

The IP addresses of user log ins are now displayed for user history entries.

If a user attempts to log in from an IP address that is not in the allowed list, a user history is created stating a log in was blocked, with the user name and the IP address of the attempted log in.

See About User Histories.

Microsoft Defender Upgrades

Microsoft Defender Scan Now

You can now perform on demand scans of devices protected with Microsoft Defender. Scan Now performs a Quick Scan and is available for devices that have a Microsoft Defender AV Policy applied.

See Scanning a Device using Microsoft Defender.

Four New Reports Added

Four reports have been added to report on Microsoft Defender:

  • Microsoft Defender Executive Summary
  • Microsoft Defender Summary
  • Microsoft Defender Device Details
  • Aggregate Site Microsoft Defender Antivirus Summary

You can download any of these reports by searching for the name in Update Center > Components.

SentinelOne Antivirus and Site Security Assessments

SentinelOne antivirus now fulfills the requirements for the antivirus category of site security assessments.

New Intronis Backup Features

Devices Backed Up Outside of RMM Are Displayed on the Device Report Page and the Backup Report pages

Devices that have a Barracuda RMM Intronis Backup policy applied can also have Intronis backups that are controlled through Intronis Backup directly. Providing the Intronis Backup integration has been configured in RMM, managed devices with Intronis Backup agents that have been deployed outside of RMM appear on the Device Report and Backup Report pages. This includes devices with Exchange Information Store, Exchange Mailbox Level, Hyper V Standard, Hyper V Rapid Recovery, VMWare Standard, VMWare QuickSpin, and SQL Server backups.

See Using Intronis Backup in Barracuda RMM.

On the Device Report page, you can use filtering to display or hide these devices. See Viewing Intronis Backup Device Status.

Additionally, Backup Set names and Backup Job details for of all Backup Set types are now visible within RMM.

For Backup Sets that have been created outside of RMM, clicking the Backup Set name or the Backup Job details link will redirect to the ECHOplatform management portal.

Backup Sets Displayed on the Device Report Page

A new column was added to the Device Report page, displaying the number of backup sets that have been created for each device. Expand any device name to see more information on each backup set, including the type, backup set name, and the associated Intronis Backup policy, if applicable. You can also click a link to go to the associated Intronis Backup policy or to ECHOplatform if the device is backed up without an Intronis Backup policy. See Viewing Intronis Backup Device Status.

Additional Information Displayed on the Intronis Backup Report Page

For each backup, the Intronis Backup Report page now includes the following:

  • Backup type — File and Folder, Physical Imaging Standard, Physical Imaging Rapid Recovery, Exchange Mailbox Level, Exchange Information Store, HyperV Standard, HyperV Rapid Recovery, VMWare Standard, VMWare QuickSpin, and System State.
  • Backup set name — Click to go to the backup set.

You can now also click items in the Details column to be taken to more information on the status of backup sets, which is helpful for Warnings and Failed backups.

See Viewing Intronis Backup Status

After the upgrade of Onsite Managers and Device Managers, the status of the Intronis Backup agent on the Device Report page is temporarily reset to Agent Status Pending until the agent changes state.

After the upgrade of Service Center, standalone backup sets that are not controlled by a Barracuda RMM Intronis policy appear on the IBU Device Report page, but the Backup Report page does not display standalone backup set jobs until the Onsite Manager or Device Manager has been upgraded and an RMM Intronis Backup policy has been applied to the device .

Intronis Backup Aggregate Site Report

A new report has been added for Intronis Backup, the Intronis Backup Aggregate Site report. This report includes a summary of device backups for the sites you choose to report on, including the total usage for sites and a list of devices that were backed up without a Barracuda RMM Intronis Backup policy.

You can download this report by searching for Intronis Backup Aggregate Site in Update Center > Components.

Changes and Improvements to Custom Log File Monitors

The Custom Log File Monitor has been renamed to the Log File Monitor. In addition, Log File Monitors can be added to monitoring policies. See Adding a Monitor for Log Files.

Device Managers support macOS Monterey

Barracuda RMM 12 SP5 includes a new Device Manager that supports macOS Monterey.

Secure Sign On Tab Renamed

The Secure Sign On tab on the Configuration > System Settings page has been renamed Authentication.

Improved Site Deletion Confirmation

When you delete a site, the CAPTCHA has been replaced with a different confirmation challenge.

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