Platform version 4.22.1 was available on December 9, 2021. This is a maintenance release focused on bug fixes. Learn more about the release below. For detailed information about individual items, refer to the Platform Documentation Center.
Box connections no longer disconnect after failing to retry a limit error during a token refresh.
All sites are now visible when connected to the tenant root on Microsoft Office 365.
When migrating from Box to Google Shared Drive, “Editor” permissions are now translated to “Content Manager” to retain equivalent permissions between platforms.
Cloned Jobs copy the the target URI.
A fix was made to prevent the “tracking data is disconnected from the root” error when files change on the source platform.
A change was made to ensure files are properly deleted from NFS.
Files with no extensions are no longer transferred as directories to Amazon S3.
Updates prevent items from being flagged with “The account is not authorized to perform the requested operation” when migrating to Box using a user account map.
Changes were made to how filtered content affects the byte limit. Filtered content will be counted towards the byte limit on the initial job run only. If a filter rule for a job has not changed or if the file has not moved from the initial status of filtered, the file will not be included in the byte limit on subsequent calculations.
Job counts respect the concurrent jobs setting and will not increase the thread beyond what is configured.
Permission resets no longer cause root-level permissions to be applied to all items.