PCoIP Remote Workstation Card Firmware 5.0.1 Release Notes¶
Remote Workstation Card Firmware 5.0.1 is a firmware release for Tera2 Remote Workstation Cards (not PCoIP Zero Clients).
This release is a feature release with functional changes and bug fixes over release 4.9.0. These release notes provide a summary of key feature additions, compatibility notes, resolved issues, and known issues for this release.
Note: only Workstation Access subscribers are eligible to receive this release.
What's New in This Release
Support for Management Console 3.1+
The Remote Workstation Card is now compatible with PCoIP Management Console 3.1 and higher. This permits the use of a single management tool for both remote workstation cards and zero clients when using modern firmware. Management Console 3.1 will allow peering of Zero Clients with Remote Workstation Cards.
Removal of Connection Management Interface (CMI)
CMI is no longer available in the Remote Workstation Card. As a result, the Remote Workstation Card is no longer compatible with PCoIP Management Console 1.x, and it cannot be brokered. The re-addition of brokering by way of the PCoIP Broker Protocol is planned for a future release.
The Remote Workstation Card Firmware session security mode has been improved.
The minimum TLS version required for establishing a PCoIP session is now TLS 1.1.The minimum TLS version required to access the Administrative Web Interface (AWI) is now TLS 1.2.
The Administrative Web Interface certificate is now a SHA-256 certificate with 3072-bit RSA encryption.
Now reports the endpoint FQDN instead of "Teradici Corp"
Time Zone Database update
GMT time zones have been replaced with the 2016j IANA time zone database.
Important Notes and Requirements
- Deployments without VMware brokering, but with CMI based brokering such as Leostream or custom solutions should continue to use the previous version of PCoIP Management Console 1.10.8 and PCoIP Remote Workstation card firmware 4.9
- Remote Workstation Cards with firmware 5.x can only be managed by PCoIP Management Console 3.1 or higher.
- If you are upgrading your Tera2 firmware from a 4.x release:
- Use PCoIP Management Console 1.10.3 through 1.10.8 or the the Remote Workstation Cards's AWI to upgrade to firmware 5.0 or higher.
- You must upgrade from firmware version 4.5.1.
- This download includes an .all file for use by the Administrative Web Interface (AWI) and a .pcoip file for use by PCoIP Management Console 3.1 and higher.
- The .pcoip file contains zero client firmware 5.0.1 for Tera2 Remote Workstation Cards only.
- Tera2 PCoIP® Remote Workstation Card Firmware 5.0 Administrators' Guide
- PCoIP Host Software for Windows 4.3.1 Release Notes
- PCoIP Host Software for Linux 4.7 Release Notes
- Tera2 PCoIP Zero Client Firmware 6.0.0 Release Notes
- PCoIP® Management Console 3.0.1 Release Notes
|5.0.1||May 08, 2018||Support for PCoIP Management Console 3.1 and higher|
Security and stability fixes
|4.9||November 2016||Security and stability fixes|
|Compatibility Notes||VMware Horizon||Teradici Cloud Access Platform||Tera2 PCoIP Zero Client||PCoIP Software Clients|
|This firmware release is supported when connected to PCoIP Zero Clients on firmware 6.0.0. Zero Client firmware 5.5.1 is now the minimum requirement in order to connect to Remote Workstation Cards on this firmware release. Note: Other zero client firmware may be compatible with this release, but are not supported.||X|
|This firmware release is supported when connected to PCoIP Software Client 3.5.0. Note: Other client versions may be compatible with this release, but are not supported.||X|
|Management requires a compatible endpoint manager such as PCoIP Management Console release 3.1 or higher.|
|This firmware release is supported with the VMware broker and security gateway available in Horizon View 7.3 and 7.4.||X|
|This release cannot be brokered in use with the Teradici Cloud Access Platform. This release cannot be brokered using the CMI brokering protocol.|
|USB devices (other than basic Mouse and Keyboard) are supported when used with Tera2 PCoIP Zero Clients on firmware 5.5.1 or higher.||X|
|Wacom Tablet local termination is supported when used with Tera2 PCoIP Zero Clients on firmware 5.5.1 or higher, and the Host Software for Linux 4.7.0 or higher. See the Local Tablet Driver section of the Host Software for Linux Administrators' Guide for more details on versions and tablet compatibility. Not all tablets are compatible with all versions of zero client firmware and host software.||X|
|Supported browsers are Firefox, Chrome, and Microsoft Edge. Versions of the browsers tested are those that were available prior to release. Internet Explorer 11 is no longer an officially supported web browser. Web browsers must support TLS 1.2 or higher to connect to the administrative web interface (AWI).|
Internet Explorer 11 does not trust the Administrative Web Interface certificate
Internet Explorer 11 does not trust the Administrative Web Interface certificate if the AWI is accessed via IP address (it will trust the certificate when using the FQDN). (71084)
Profile application to a Remote Workstation Card fails with profile parameter HD Audio set to disabled
Profile application to a Remote Workstation Card from PCoIP Management Console will fail if HD Audio is set to disabled in the profile. (70793)
Workaround: Disable audio on the zero client instead.
Recent versions of Google Chrome now trust the PCoIP certificate
Google Chrome now trusts the zero client and remote workstation card certificate. Verified with version 65.0.3325.181. (68436)
AWI no longer references TLS 1.0
When setting the Session Negotiation Cipher Suite for the endpoint, Maximum Compatibility references now references TLS 1.1 and higher. (67751)
CVE-2014-8730 TLS Padding Vulnerability has been resolved
CVE-2014-8730 TLS Padding Vulnerability has been resolved (66316)
Zero client no longer crashes under severe network impairment
Previously, zero client might occasionally crash when the connection to the host was put under severe network impairment and video content was changing. This issue is now fixed. (42570)
SLAAC address is now populated when IPv6 and SLAAC are enabled on Remote Workstation Card.
SLAAC address is now populated when IPv6 and SLAAC are enabled on Remote Workstation Card. (33776)