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software:rnotes:rn-rel3.2 [2012/01/16 10:36]
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software:rnotes:rn-rel3.2 [2014/01/07 11:47] (current)
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     * Notion of public users, that are restricted to public cloud APIs (e.g. EC2 or OCCI)     * Notion of public users, that are restricted to public cloud APIs (e.g. EC2 or OCCI)
     * Restricted attributes in VM Templates: DISK/​SOURCE,​ CONTEXT/​FILES,​ NIC/MAC and NIC/​VLAN_ID. These attributes can be easily used to gain oneadmin access or to comprise VMs of any user.     * Restricted attributes in VM Templates: DISK/​SOURCE,​ CONTEXT/​FILES,​ NIC/MAC and NIC/​VLAN_ID. These attributes can be easily used to gain oneadmin access or to comprise VMs of any user.
-    * Authentication Token caching. As some of the drivers may take some time to authenticate a request (e.g. LDAP), session token can no be cached by OpenNebula.+    * Authentication Token caching. As some of the drivers may take some time to authenticate a request (e.g. LDAP), session token can now be cached by OpenNebula.
  
   * **[[documentation:​rel3.2:​chmod|Resource Permissions]]**,​ this new release includes a new permission set to manage access control to virtual resources. The new permissions overcomes the limitations of the previous PUBLIC attribute and allow to share resources between users in multiple ways. Combined with the ACL system (also simplified to match the new permissions) allows the implementation of multiple roles. ​   * **[[documentation:​rel3.2:​chmod|Resource Permissions]]**,​ this new release includes a new permission set to manage access control to virtual resources. The new permissions overcomes the limitations of the previous PUBLIC attribute and allow to share resources between users in multiple ways. Combined with the ACL system (also simplified to match the new permissions) allows the implementation of multiple roles. ​