The Windows version of the Zscaler App now detects if there is an OS upgrade and installs the appropriate version of the Zscaler network driver.
The Windows and macOS versions of Zscaler App now display the total number of sent bytes and received bytes in KB and MB.
You can now configure browser proxy settings for Windows and macOS devices when the Zscaler App is disabled. When the Zscaler App is enabled, it disables existing proxy settings. With this feature, users do not need to manually enable those proxy settings when using Zscaler App. To learn more, see Configuring Forwarding Profiles for the Zscaler App.
Fixes an issue where the Zscaler App displayed a cloud option multiple times in the Select a Cloud menu.
Fixes an issue where Zscaler App did not intercept AAAA DNS queries which might result in ZPA applications becoming inaccessible.
Fixes an issue with the Windows version of the Zscaler App where users might encounter authentication errors after upgrading from version 1.3.1 to version 1.4.
Fixes an issue where the Windows version of the Zscaler App tray icon did not show the ZPA reauthentication notification until the user opened the Zscaler App.
Fixes an issue with the Windows version of the Zscaler App where the app did not start the Windows filter driver when on the VPN.
Fixes an issue with the Windows version of the Zscaler App where the app displayed the invalid username error for a valid email domain.
Fixes an issue with the Windows version of the Zscaler App where system proxy settings did not change after users moved from an untrusted network to a trusted network.
Fixes an issue with the macOS version of the Zscaler App where the app encountered issues when the user clicked Update Policy twice in row.
Fixes an issue with the iOS version of the Zscaler App where traffic could be sent direct if the forwarding profile had both Tunnel mode and Tunnel with Local Proxy mode configured.
Fixes an issue where the device could not access the Internet while connected to the hotspot of a laptop that had Zscaler App enabled.
Zscaler App Portal Enhancements and Fixes
The exportable CSV file for enrolled device information now includes the app profile name for each device.
Improved Zscaler App Portal UI experience with password obfuscation.
The Zscaler App Portal now generates a unique, one-time password for each enrolled device that can be used to log out or disable Z App. Once the password is used, Zscaler generates a new password. To learn more, see About One-Time Passwords for Enrolled Devices.