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MassTransit expands Active Directory support

updated 02:40 pm EDT, Mon September 10, 2007

MassTransit 5.1 released

Group Logic today released MassTransit 5.1, the latest revision of its enterprise software designed to simplify the exchange of digital files while ensuring accountability. The update makes it easier for untrained users to successfully send large folders to remote destinations, and adds support for Active Directory-based passwords as well as Single Sign On (SSO) for easy access to MassTransit's browser-based file transfer client. MassTransit 5.1 is a free update to all licensed MassTransit 5.0 users that have an active support contract (pricing and system requirements were unavailable).

MassTransit 5.1 enhances workflow automation and integration tools with new actions for automatically moving files in transit. Other new actions allow scripts to trigger from virtually any language, furthering custom automation and insuring file transfer workflows can handle demanding volumes without negatively impacting productivity.

Version 5.1 also extends notification, logging, and tracking features by providing notifications via SMS text messages. The latest release also extends access to its Web-based log allowing any Active Directory-based user to access as well as search file transfer histories.




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