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One Identity Safeguard for Privileged Sessions 6.0 is now live on the Support Portal

One Identity Safeguard for Privileged Sessions 6.0 is now live on the Support Portal!

 Software and documentation are available at the following location(s):


What’s New:  

  • Join SPS to SPP: You can join your One Identity Safeguard for Privileged Sessions (SPS) deployment to your One Identity Safeguard for Privileged Passwords (SPP) deployment using the SPS web interface.
  • Screen content search in Desktop Player: For audit trails of graphical session created and indexed with SPS 6.0, you can use the Safeguard Desktop Player application to search in the contents of the audit trail.
  • New Splunk application: To better integrate SPS with Splunk, a new Splunk app and addon is available.
  • Installing support hotfixes: To solve problems you might encounter when using SPS faster and easier, it is now possible to upload individual hotfix packages to SPS if needed.
  • Health information over REST: Health information about standalone SPS nodes is available on the /api/health-status endpoint.

Important Note:

  • This new release of 6.0 requires a new license key. Please obtain the new key before installing the new release. To obtain a new key, please refer to the License Key Upgrade page:
  • Search interface: The classic search interface of SPS is deprecated.
  • Plugins: Old credential store and authentication plugins are deprecated and will not be supported in upcoming releases. Please make sure you upgrade your plugins to the latest available version.
  • Log ingestion is not supported anymore.
  • Lieberman ERPM is not supported natively anymore.
  • DSA keys and X.509 certificates for SSH authentication are not supported anymore.  


Product Manager: Peter Gyongyosi