VMware vShield Release Notes
For organizations that want to leverage the benefits of cloud
computing without sacrificing security, control or compliance, the
VMware vShield family of security solutions provides comprehensive
protection for virtual datacenters and cloud environments. vShield
enables customers to strengthen application and data security, improve
visibility and control, and accelerate IT compliance efforts across the
These release notes contain the following sections:
What's New in This Release
These release notes support an update to the vShield Endpoint Thin Agent (MSI) drivers. These drivers can be downloaded and installed over the vShield Endpoint 1.0.0 or vShield 1.0.0 Update 1 drivers. You do not need to re-install vShield 4.1.0, vShield 4.1.0 Update 1, vShield Endpoint 1.0.0, or vShield 1.0.0 Update 1.
Note: This is a bug-fix only release. Customers intereseted in the resloved issues should install this update.
Installation Notes for This Release
Before you install this release:
Make sure that your guest virtual machine has a supported SCSI controller installed. When you create a new virtual machine, the default configuration does not include a SCSI controller. You must specifically add a SCSI controller to the virtual machine. To add SCSI controllers to a virtual machine, see the vSphere Client help: vSphere Client Help > Managing Virtual Machine Hardware and Devices > Adding Virtual Devices > Add SCSI Controllers. BusLogic SCSI controllers are not supported.
The are no known issues with the vShield Endpoint Thin Agent drivers for this release.
Resolved IssuesThe following issues have been resolved in this update of the vShield Endpoint Thin Agent drivers.