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Release Notes & Announcements > What's New in Miradore

Release Notes on March 19th, 2018

Updated on May 4th, 2021

Windows Update configuration profile

Added Windows Update configuration profile that can be used to deploy update policies and general update settings to your managed Windows 10 devices.


  • Enterprise Plan subscription or trial.

For more information see Windows Update

iOS Software Update

Added possibility to start iOS software updates on managed iOS devices. Requirements:

For more information see Software update for iOS

Two factor authentication

Added possibility to enable/disable two factor authentication on Miradore accounts. When configured a separate authentication code from authenticator app, for example Google Authenticator, is required on login.

For more information see Two factor authentication

Configuration profile export/import

Added possibility to export configuration profiles and settings from Miradore, and import these exported templates to your other Miradore sites. This speeds up the implementation of new customer instances for MSPs.

For more information see Configuration profile export/import

Integrated searchable support

The chat widget now also provides a search function so that administrators can use it to search information from Miradore documentation. Support chat session can be started normally after searching for information.

Minor improvements and bug fixes

This release also brings a vast amount of smaller improvements and bug fixes, including:

  • User interface now remembers selected columns as long as browser history is not cleared.
  • Reader role permissions can be now scoped with tags to limit the devices that can be accessed.
  • Android client now shows if device enrollment and registration fails due to missing hardware identifiers. i.e. When device does not have a valid IMEI, Wi-Fi hardware address or serial number. In this case Android ID identification should be enabled from Infrastructure Diagram. For more information see device identification section in Android device management.
  • When an existing device is re-enrolled old location data is cleared from the device.
  • Administrators can now download CSV import templates.
  • File and application upload controls now show more detailed error information during failure.
  • Device variables, e.g. serial number or IMEI, can now be configured to iOS managed app configurations.
  • When deploying configuration profiles or applications to a device, currently "ongoing" deployments from the same configuration profile and/or application are cancelled before inserting new deployments to the queue.