In certain cases in Tableau Server, users were not able to sign in using their user principal name after being added to the server.
In some cases, user view data was not properly written to the Tableau Server repository database, which resulted in incorrectly displayed user view statistics in the Tableau Server administrative views.
In Tableau Server, when you clicked a URL action referencing an email address, an error displayed even though an email client correctly opened.
In Tableau Server, certain views containing Measure Names with "Show Empty Rows/Columns" enabled failed to render on initial load.
Publishing a workbook or data source containing Teradata initial SQL to Tableau Server resulted in an error. This error also occurred when refreshing pre-9.2 extracts containing Teradata initial SQL on a server that had been upgraded to version 9.2.
In Tableau Server, the Cancel and Save buttons sometimes appeared in incorrect positions when modifying permissions, especially if the User/Group list was long.
If you accessed Tableau Server in Internet Explorer 8 and made a filter selection, an error occurred: "Exception thrown and not caught."
When editing permissions in Tableau Server, the Cancel and Save buttons sometimes appeared hidden and inaccessible outside of the visible User/Group list.
In web authoring on Tableau Server, when viewing the calendar control for a date filter, Sundays were missing and dates did not line up with the correct days.
In iOS Safari and Tableau Mobile, parameters were misaligned.
Scheduled background tasks in Tableau Server sometimes failed to run due to expected periodic backgrounder process shutdowns while jobs were still queued.
In Tableau Server, general filters didn't work correctly on the Data Sources page.
Custom shape images appeared stretched and blurred when rendered in a browser.
When viewing a schedule in Tableau Server, "No extract refreshes" sometimes displayed even though the schedule contained tasks.
In Tableau Server, when you published to a project with locked permissions, users were still able to edit group permissions in the Tableau Desktop publish dialog. Subsequently attempting to publish the workbook resulted in an error: "Cannot publish with modified permissions. Permissions are locked in the project you are publishing to. To publish this workbook, use the default permissions and try again."
In Tableau Server configured with SAML and multiple sites, either signing into the default site, and then switching sites, or signing into a non-default site caused sign out to fail.