Skyhigh Private Access 6.0.2 Release Notes
The Skyhigh Private Access 6.0.2 release includes feature enhancements and fixes for known issues.
You can use Ubuntu versions 18, 20, 22 and Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL) versions 8, 9 as a virtual machine for deploying connectors. For more information, see Deploy Connectors.
Supports on Android and iOS devices
You can provision secure access to the private applications from an Android and iOS devices.
Skyhigh Private Access now supports IPv6 protocol, so configure Ubuntu and RHEL with dual stack to support IPv6 applications.
Manage private application traffic
Provides a specific checkbox to redirect traffic from the private applications.
New Points of Presence (POP)
Expanded the POP availability to Ohio and Osaka as well.
You can modify the name of a policy and sequence of rules in a policy simply by dragging and dropping them to their preferred position. You can use special characters for the policy names. For more information, see Configure Private Access Policy Rules.
Device Posture Profiles
Supports entering OS version (greater than, lesser than or the exact version number) for macOS devices. For more information, see Configure Device Posture Profiles.
|PAC-1590||Private Access now restricts the administrators to create multiple applications with the same protocol, host, and port.|
|PAC-1588||The Server Message Block (SMB) protocol does not work with Private Access.|
|PAC-1606||Private Access SSH connections do not work with the Tera Term client.|