Crowd 1.4.1 Release Notes

23 May 2008
The Atlassian Crowd team is delighted to present Crowd 1.4.1. This release includes a few bug fixes and a new feature — trusted proxy servers.

If you are running applications behind one or more proxy servers, you may find it useful to configure Crowd to trust the proxies' IP addresses. When a proxy server forwards an HTTP request, Crowd will recognize the request as coming from the request's originator, not the proxy server. This is particularly useful if you want single sign-on amongst several applications running behind different proxy servers. Our documentation tells you how to set this up.

Don't have Crowd 1.4 yet?
Take a look at the new features and other highlights in the Crowd 1.4 Release Notes.

Complete List of Fixes in Crowd 1.4.1

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