Crowd 3.2 Release Notes
20 April 2018
The Atlassian Crowd team is pleased to bring you Crowd 3.2, which comes with some great new features:
- Extended audit log
- Azure AD support for Azure Germany
- Easier email configuration testing
- 136 votes satisfied
- 8 feature and improvement requests fulfilled
We recommend that you read the upgrade notes for important information about this release before installing the newest version.
Extended audit log
In addition to the ability to record changes to Crowd's system configuration and modify applications and directories, the Crowd audit log now captures information about all user group and membership changes happening in any of your directories. This allows you to track all changes both done in Crowd itself, as well as synchronized from a remote directory like LDAP or Azure AD.
The extended audit log also includes a smooth new search interface, so you will be able to quickly find exactly the user, group, application or directory you are interested in.
Azure AD support for Azure Germany
Crowd's Azure AD integration now supports Azure Germany, as well as other regions that use custom Microsoft Graph API URLs.
When configuring Azure AD directories, you can now pick a region, or chose 'Custom' to define your own API urls.
See how to configure Azure Active Directory.
Easier email configuration testing
When configuring the email server, you can now send a test email to verify that everything works correctly. If there is a problem sending the test email, Crowd will let you know, and try to provide additional debugging information.
Complete list of changes and improvements
Crowd 3.2.0 - 20 April 2018
Crowd 3.2.0 Known issues and limitations
Crowd 3.2.1 - 9 May 2018
Crowd 3.2.2 - 26 June 2018
Crowd 3.2.3 - 27 June 2018
Crowd 3.2.5 - 30 August 2018
Crowd 3.2.6 - 26 October 2018
Crowd 3.2.7 - 6 February 2019
Crowd 3.2.8 - 2 May 2019
Known issues and limitations
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