Fixes: iDRAC and LC firmware - Fixed code to correct intermittent PCIe SSDs not reporting in iDRAC GUI issue. - Fixed the issue of iDRAC intermittently not populating inventory details. - Improved the JffS2 file system recovery logic to avoid iDRAC boot hang. - Fixed the issue of HBA330 card not being displayed in BIOS and iDRAC. Security - Fixed CVE-2018-1207, CVE-2018-1208, CVE-2018-1209, CVE-2018-1210, and CVE-2018-1211.
Enhancements: Networking and IO - Removed support for SMBv1 protocol. All iDRAC features now support SMBv2/SMBv3 protocols. For information on enabling SMBv2/SMBv3 protocols, see the Operating System documentation.
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