Selecting a mark with a filter action and then selecting "Keep Only" in the mark label sometimes resulted in a "tuple id cannot be resolved" error message.
When you subscribed to a custom view and chose to receive all sheets in the workbook, the subscription email displayed the original view instead of the custom view.
A REST API request to "Query Workbooks For User" received a "403 Forbidden" response if the user didn't have the correct permissions for the parent projects of any workbooks they had permission to access.
The "tabadmin warmup" command failed to run correctly.
When interacting with a dashboard in a browser, moving the cursor away from a mark that contained a highlight action did not clear the highlight.
When a user opened a second browser tab to a different site, returning to the first tab prompted the user to re-authenticate.
The width of quick filter controls in the view changed after being published to Tableau Server.
Attempting to add users with special characters in the names resulted in a failure to synchronize with Active Directory.
Data Server sometimes crashed while shutting down the service.
When a user attempted to open a view that referenced a published data source to which they did not have access, the page repeatedly prompted for data source authentication, rather than showing the appropriate error message.
Initial SQL statements were called twice during background extract refresh.
Views in the mobile app or a mobile browser sometimes failed to scroll.
Searching for an Active Directory group using a domain nickname did not return any results. The group could not be imported into Tableau Server unless the search was performed using a fully qualified domain name.
Navigating to another dashboard using a URL action did not transfer parameter value selections from the original dashboard to the destination dashboard.
In Tableau Server, the "Actions by Recent Users" server status view sometimes omitted information.
Tooltips sometimes moved away from your cursor when you tried to interact with them, making them unusable.