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  • Thomas Pollinger
  • 22.11.2016
  • EN

OpenText™ Media Management 16.0.2 is Now Available

OpenText™ Media Management 16.0.2 is Now Available

As part of our regular release schedule, OpenText is pleased to announce the release of Media Management 16.0.2.

This release contains a collection of new features and bug fixes for Media Management, including:

  • Thumbnails for digital assets in the Recycle Bin and Release Locks Pages within the Web Administration Tool
  • Support for OpenText SecureMFT 2015 R1 FP1 P7
  • Ability to create a blacklist of extensions to prevent file types from being uploaded to OpenText Media Management using a new system setting
  • Configuration of image preview and thumbnail formats for digital assets
  • Installer for OpenText Media Management Adaptive Media Delivery
  • Option to delete users and/or groups that are not in OpenText Directory Services
  • New Function Enablement Tokens (FETs) have been added to the Web Administration Tool to allow visibility and management of brand configurations and analytics

For a detailed list of new features and fixed issues, please refer to the Release Notes.

Customers currently using Media Management 16.0 can directly upgrade to Media Management 16.0.2. The software and Release Notes for OpenText Media Management 16.0.2 can be downloaded from the Knowledge Center by visiting the link below:

https://knowledge.opentext.com/knowledge/llisapi.dll/Open/64796948 (KC log on required)

More Information
For more information, contact your local Customer Support office.

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