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Release Notes - August 24th, 2018

We have released the following improvements and bug fixes in the Clover Sandbox environment.

Improvements

Additional security for pairing your semi-integrated POS with Clover devices

When a semi-integrated POS is paired with a Clover device using Secure Network Pay Display (SNPD) or Cloud Pay Display, the Remote Pay SDK responds with a pairing code from the Clover device.

With a pairing code, it may be possible for a merchant site employee to pair the Clover device with an unauthorized device. To ensure that the Clover device is paired only with your authorized semi-integrated POS, we are introducing new employee permissions.

We recently made an announcement about the required employee management steps for additional security. You can find the announcement in our Developer Docs.

Bug Fixes

Maintaining connection with SNPD in dual-ethernet mode

In a dual-ethernet SNPD connection between Clover Station and Clover Mini, the connection must re-establish every time the ethernet unplugged and then plugged back in. Our bug fix now ensures that the connection is re-established as expected.

Maintaining connection with USB Pay Display in dual-ethernet mode

In a dual-ethernet USB Pay Display connection between Clover Station 2018 and Clover Mini, our bug fix now ensures that the connection persists and that USB Pay Display functions as expected.

Updated Clover Apps

The following Clover Apps have been updated:

App
Version

Engine

1945

Transactions

123

Register

1415

Payments

257

Secure Payments

191

Remote Pay

199

Setup

1269

App Market

1275

Clover Device Server

44

Authorizations

96

Manual Transaction

1105

Terminal

146

Inventory

1169

Reporting

1157

Tips

1169

Launcher

1208

Notes

1101

Bill Split

72

Help

1180

Customers

1173

Employees

1183

Orders

1155

Printers

1145

Tables 2.0

12

App Updater

1136

If your solutions are impacted by any app that has been updated, please test the app in your sandbox environments. For questions and feedback, use community.clover.com.

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Release Notes - August 24th, 2018


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