Caveats for Cisco VXME for Windows Release 11.5

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Bug Severity Levels

Known defects, or bugs, have a severity level that indicates the priority of the defect. Development managers usually define bug severity. Severity helps the product team focus on bug fixes for future releases and prioritize fixes.

The following table describes bug severity levels:
                            
Severity levelDescription

1

Catastrophic

Reasonably common circumstances cause the entire system to fail, or a major subsystem to stop working, or other devices on the network to be disrupted. No workarounds exist.

2

Severe

Important functions are unusable and workarounds do not exist. Other functions and the rest of the network is operating normally.

3

Moderate

Failures occur in unusual circumstances, or minor features do not work at all, or other failures occur but low-impact workarounds exist.

This is the highest level for documentation bugs.

4

Minor

Failures occur under very unusual circumstances, but operation essentially recovers without intervention. Users do not need to install any workarounds and performance impact is tolerable.

5

Cosmetic

Defects do not cause any detrimental effect on system functionality.

6

Enhancement

Requests for new functionality or feature improvements.

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Open Caveats

The following table lists open caveats (bugs) for this release.                     

ID

Component

Severity

Description

CSCux13238

vxme-core

3

Intermittently no remote video on Jabber while on call

CSCuo95518

jabber

4

Start/Stop my video" is present if camera is not plugged in

CSCur59156

vxme-core

4

Ringtone test sound is played on speaker device instead on ringer device

Closed Caveats

There are no closed caveats (bugs) for this release.

Resolved Caveats

 
                          
The following table lists caveats (bugs) that are fixed in this maintenance release.

Table 1 Release 11.5(1)

ID

 

Component

 

Severity

 

Description

 

CSCux44260

 

security

 

2

 

December 2015 libxml2 Vulnerabilites

 

CSCux41480

 

security

 

3

 

Evaluation of vxme for OpenSSL December 2015 vulnerabilities

 

CSCuy17953

 

vxme-core

 

3

 

High wfica32 CPU usage on XenApp

 

CSCup08278

 

jabber

 

4

 

Cannot select audio output for voicemail on Jabber with VXME

 
  
                                              
The following table lists caveats (bugs) that were open in a previous release and fixed in this release.

Table 2 Release 11.5

ID

 

Component

 

Severity

 

Description

 

CSCuw93542

 

vxme-core

 

3

 

VDI session crashes intermittently on Jabber Sign-In

 

CSCuv58717

 

vxme-core

 

3

 

VXME:DeskPhone service switches to 'use my computer' automatically

 

CSCuw37873

 

vxme-core

 

3

 

VXME crashes after multiple Logon/Logoff

 

CSCus48638

 

vxme-core

 

3

 

Jabber intermittent crash on start - libzmq.dll+0x167fb

 

CSCus46181

 

vxme-core

 

3

 

High number of TCP loopback connections with VXME

 

CSCux55548

 

vxme-core

 

3

 

VXME connection drops when another user logs out from XenApp

 

CSCuv45922

 

vxme-core

 

4

 

Video not hidden in Windows 8 / XA 2012 metro theme

 

CSCuv64333

 

vxme-core

 

6

 

Remove all CMD calls from VXME-LogMeUp.exe and VXC.exe to start w/o CMD

 
 
 

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