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What Has Been Fixed

This section lists issues that were known in the earlier versions and have been fixed in Netwrix Auditor 9.7.

Issue Description
Update 1
New Netwrix Auditor for Network Devices offers a set of predefined alerts on configuration changes, logon activity and hardware issues to help you ensure the network devices health.
New To decrease infrastructure load, default behavior of Netwrix Auditor add-on for CEF Export will be modified so that it exports only activity records for the last month. So, this will be the default behavior for the following add-ons: for AlienVault USM, for IBM QRadar, for Intel Security, for LogRythm, for Solarwinds Log & Event Manager, for Splunk, for CEF Export and for Event Log Export.
New: Item 97358 Netwrix Auditor for Office 365, Netwrix Auditor for Active Directory and Netwrix Auditor for Exchange Servers support environments with 'Turn On Script Execution' PowerShell policy set via Group Policy.
Ticket 266589: Item 100656 Netwrix Auditor for Oracle fails to work with more than one monitoring plan.
Ticket 265942: Item 100480 Netwrix Auditor for SQL Server fails to collect SQL Server logons if the 'hostname' field in the original events is empty.
Ticket 264467: Item 97360 Netwrix Auditor for Windows Server failed to get a list of audited computers from the OU specified as the monitored item in the monitoring plan due to the system overflow error.
Ticket 259789: Item 84276 Netwrix Auditor for Windows Server failed to collect data from the log files with the long file names.
Ticket 258958: Item 82674 Netwrix Auditor for User Activity Video Recording fails with the 'Core.Common' error and alike.
Ticket 263175: Item 97201 New: Netwrix Auditor for Active Directory supports disjoint namespace domains/forests.
Ticket 252376: Item 78853 Netwrix Auditor for Office 365 fails to collect event data for the mailboxes, issuing exceptions.
Ticket 256801: Item 96319 If some DCs in the domain are unavailable, Netwrix Auditor for Windows Server may not be able to retrieve the list of computers from the OU specified as the monitored item in the monitoring plan.
Ticket 264299: Item 94481 Netwrix Auditor for Windows Server incorrectly reports server restart.
Ticket 262442: Item 94861 Netwrix Auditor for File Servers may fail to upload state-in-time snapshot to the database if the 'owner' attribute is empty for the file/folder.
Ticket 266344: Item 99687, 101132 If after the upgrade Netwrix Auditor for Network Devices service starts using the same listening port as used by Netwrix add-on for Cisco in the previous version, this leads to service crash.
Bug 99593 Netwrix Auditor for File Servers failed when trying to get remote server time, with the error '0x80041010' received from WMI.
Bug 98343 Netwrix Auditor for File Servers failed if the 'Combination of file and share permissions' option was not selected in State-in-Time data collection settings.
Bug 93873 Automatic audit settings for Netwrix Auditor for File Servers do not include Audit Removable Storage policy on the target servers.
Bug 94243 'Modified Time' file attribute was not stored correctly to the database by Netwrix Auditor for File Servers, so "Stale Data by Folder" report did not display proper information.
Netwrix Auditor 9.7
Ticket 254816: Item 85689 In some cases the Originating workstation information may be missing when Netwrix Auditor for Active Directory stores logon data to the database.

Ticket 261927: Item 87498

Netwrix Auditor for File Servers fails during snapshot incremental update.

Ticket 260834: Item 92253 Netwrix Auditor for Active Directory fails to process large amount (2M+) of account lockout events, issuing the ‘System.TimeoutException: The operation has timed out.’ error.
Ticket 260214: Item 92883 When auditing changes on a USB drive connected to a file server, Netwrix Auditor for File Servers incorrectly reports ‘who/when’ information for these changes.
Ticket 261335: Item 93725 If a newly created user account was immediately added to a group, Netwrix Auditor for Active Directory will report user addition to the group change partially (no information on actual group members).

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