deviceTRUST 19.3.200 is now available. See the release notes for more information.

deviceTRUST 19.1.200

This release contains bug fixes to the deviceTRUST Host and Client, and additional minor changes to the deviceTRUST Console.


  • Added support for eLux properties within the deviceTRUST Console. Additionally the ‘Security State’, ‘Threat Detection’, ‘Corporate Device’ and ‘Secure Screen Saver’ templates have been updated to include eLux specific conditions.
  • The deviceTRUST Client executable installer (dtclient-release-19.1.200.exe) is now the recommended client installer. The client MSI’s are no longer available within the installation media.

Bug fixes:

  • Fixed an issue where Security Products conditions within a context would fail to evaluate when multiple security products were detected.
  • Fixed an issue on Citrix where the deviceTRUST Client was unable to determine whether the endpoint was remote controlled.
  • Fixed an issue on Citrix where HOST_REMOTECONTROL_GATEWAY (and _IP) was occassionally unavailable.
  • Fixed an issue on Citrix where reconnecting to an active session from a different machine would not always be detected when using Citrix VDI (i.e. with non server operating systems).
  • Fixed an issue with Action Center notifications appearing as a regular popup message during Logon.
  • Support for the ‘Logon Pre Profile’ trigger has been removed on Windows 7 and 2008 R2 due to compatibility issues with third party profile management solutions.
  • Fixed various issues with Action Center notifications on recent builds of Windows 10. This includes the addition of a new ‘deviceTRUST Notifications’ shortcut within the start menu, which is a mandatory requirement enforced by the OS.
  • Fixed an issue where it was not possible to enter variables such as %NEWLINE% within messages.
  • Fixed an issue with the ‘Unauthorized USB Drive’ template which caused the ‘Bus Type’ and ‘Product Id’ conditions to fail.
  • Fixed an issue with the AppLocker task which allowed multiple paths to be entered but only supported a single path.