What's new in update 11.1.100 Update releases can update platform support. Release Details Release Builds: McAfee® Data Loss Prevention Endpoint (McAfee DLP Endpoint) client build 184.108.40.206 McAfee® Data Loss Prevention (McAfee DLP) extension build 220.127.116.11 New features in McAfee DLP extension This release introduces new features or improves existing features: Policy Analyzer — When you save a rule, the policy analyzer now scans the rule for potential problems and issues warnings. For example, a rule with a Classification of any data (ALL) is permitted (not an error) but is likely to overload the system with events . A Do you wish to proceed? Window is displayed describing the problem, and you can choose to save the rule as is, or go back to fix the problem. Google Chrome Guest Mode protection — You can disable Google Chrome Guest Mode on the Operational Modes and Modules page of the Windows Client Configuration. The default setting is to disable Guest Mode, as it can't be blocked or monitored. The feature is not backward compatible with older McAfee DLP Endpoint clients. New features in McAfee DLP Endpoint for Windows client UAS support for plug and play device rule — USB-attached SCSI is now supported for plug and play devices. For information about enabling this feature, see KB 91074 Web protection rule enhancement — Web protection rules and web content fingerprinting now support URL paths containing a query string. Updated platform, environment, or operating system support This update extends support to additional platforms, environments, or operating systems: Microsoft Office 2019 Microsoft Windows Server 2019 Microsoft Windows 10 October 2018 Update (RS5), 32-bit and 64-bit Windows2GO SMB2 SMB2 protocol is now supported for the following: Testing connectivity in DLP Settings and Windows Client configuration. Exporting incidents and cases. Testing the Microsoft RMS server connection with the network share path. Registered documents, whitelist, and exact data match package creation. McAfee Skyhigh Security Cloud hit-highlight file on the DLP Incident Manager details page. This update removes support for some platforms, environments, or operating systems: SMB1 Due to security concerns, SMB1 protocol is no longer supported. Note: Microsoft considers SMB1 an obsolete protocol which is unsafe and could expose your system to attack. What's new in the 11.1 releaseReleases can introduce new features and enhancements or update platform support.