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New in endpoint solutions
Topic 45194 | Updated 21-July-2015
Here's what's new in this release:
New browser support
Support has been added for the following browsers:
If these endpoints are using Chrome 33 or later, they must belong to a domain for the TRITON AP-ENDPOINT DLP Chrome extension to function.
For a full list of supported browsers for each endpoint version, see the Certified Product Matrix.
New default Chrome extension for Windows
The Chrome extension supplied with previous versions of TRITON AP-ENDPOINT DLP (including the previous 8.0.1 version) uses the Netscape Plugin API (NPAPI). Google is ending support for NPAPI in its September Chrome release.
Version 2.0 of the Chrome extension is newly available for Windows in this release. This version removes the Chrome extension's NPAPI dependency, and also adds support for the 64-bit version of Chrome.
Due to new limitations in the Chrome extension framework, please note that the user confirmation message is not supported in the v2.0 extension. If this action is specified in your policy, the default action (either permit or block) configured to occur if the user cancels or waits too long, is used immediately. Note that this is a global setting located in the Data module of TRITON Manager under Endpoint Global Properties.
In addition, you may notice a delay when applying DLP policies to web uploads made via Google Chrome. This is because the new extension is asynchronous due to limitations enforced by Google, and the old one supported synchronous data transmission.
Bypass of endpoint authentication headers in proxy requests
Some third party applications send proxy requests to their corresponding server that cannot handle the extra authentication headers added by TRITON AP-ENDPOINT Web. This means that the application cannot get the required response from the server and does not function correctly.
To solve this issue, two registry keys are available in the endpoint version that specify IP address and host name exceptions:
[HKLM/SOFTWARE/Websense/Agent/Common/]ProxyAuthExceptionIPs (REG_SZ)
[HKLM/SOFTWARE/Websense/Agent/Common/]ProxyAuthExceptionHosts (REG_SZ)
Each key holds a list of comma-separated values, either IP addresses or host names. The endpoint does not add authentication headers to the listed exceptions.

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