In Tableau Server, the workgroup_session_id was being logged to the production.log file. Now the first 32 characters of the workgroup_session_id SHA-256 value are logged instead.
In some cases in Tableau Server, views based on file-based data sources would not display new data after you modified the underlying file-based data source.
In some cases, scheduled extract refreshes in Tableau Server would frequently fail with a "Cleaned up crashed job" message in the Background Tasks for Extract admin view.
In Tableau Server, scheduled extract refreshes would intermittently fail with a logic assert error.
In some cases in Tableau Server, tooltips would prematurely disappear when clicking on a header and trying to use the tooltip command buttons.
In some cases, running multiple highlight actions on a dashboard exhibited different behavior between Tableau Desktop and Tableau Server.
Importing users into Tableau Server from a file did not recognize domain nicknames and the import would fail.
Trying to access a workbook or data source on Tableau Server containing the string "login" in its URL would result in an error: "SSL peer certificate or SSH remote key was not OK".
In some cases, loading a view in Tableau Server using client-side rendering would result in an unexpected error.
In Tableau Server environments configured to use SAML and SSL, the logout_disabled cookie was not being set with a secure flag. There was no exploitable vulnerability due to the missing secure flag.
Highlight actions failed to un-highlight when moving your cursor off of the highlighted item.
In certain cases in Tableau Server, clicking the command buttons in a tooltip (e.g., "Keep Only," or "Exclude") would result in an error: "tuple id cannot be resolved".
When viewing a Tableau Server embedded view, with "Show sheets as tabs" enabled, filter selection drop down menus would sometimes appear out of position in the browser window.
When embedding a Tableau Server view using the ":tabs=no" URL parameter, the view toolbar would not show in the browser.