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McAfee Enterprise MVISION Cloud

3.8.2 Release Notes

Service Governance

NOT Operator - Limited Availability

In the Omnibar, the NOT operator allows you to exclude Service Names, Service Categories, Service Groups, or any other parameter from your search, in order to drill down to the specific results you need. You can use multiple NOT operators in a search query. The NOT operator is available on Shadow IT pages only. For details, see NOT operator

Updated Audit Log

The Audit Log, located at Setup & Configuration > Audit Log, provides a list of all events performed by registered application users. It has been updated to allow you to drill down and perform detailed Audit Log analysis using extensive filter and search tools. Then export your findings to a CSV file for accurate reporting. For more information, see About the Audit Log

Read Only User in Skyhigh Dashboard 

To give a user Read Only access to the MVISION Cloud dashboard, toggle Read Only to ON. For details, see Adding a New User

Registry Attributes Search Uses AND Operator Instead of OR

In the Omnibar, when you perform a search between two registry attributes, the Omnibar adds an explicit AND operator. Previously, it used an OR operator. This was changed so that search results would include all relevant information. For details, see About the Omnibar

Policy Management

File Path DLP Policy Rule

The new File Path rule allows you to apply DLP policies only to files in a particular folder, or to exclude that folder from DLP policies. You can specify a comma-separated list of file paths. 

Policy Incidents Reports and Incident IDs

The Policy Incidents page now includes the Create Report button, which allows you to run a report on Policy Incidents data immediately or at a scheduled time. Also, the Policy Incidents page now includes the Incident ID as a column in the table, and may also generate it as part of a report. For details, see Policy Incidents Page

Cloud Access Policy Based on a User Policy Dictionary

When you create a new Cloud Access Policy, you can now use a User Policy Dictionary as a condition. This allows you to use a preconfigured dictionary of usernames to base the policy on. For details, see Create a Cloud Access Policy



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