Loading certain workbooks, containing table calculations, could cause total consumption of system memory.
In some cases, synchronizing Active Directory groups in Tableau Server would fail to synchronize all users in a group if the group contained users from multiple domains and a user account from a secondary domain was deleted or disabled in Active Directory.
In Tableau Server, loading a dashboard based on Microsoft SQL Server data sources would sometimes cause the database user account to become locked out.
When you grouped dimensions by folder in Tableau Desktop, then changed to group by table, and then published the data source or workbook, dimensions would appear twice in the data pane in Tableau Server web authoring mode.
When you imported a site containing custom views into Tableau Server, the "Remove Garbage Repository Records" background task would begin to fail and the repository database would steadily grow in size.
In some cases, when you published a workbook containing multiple data sources, the Subscribe button would not appear when viewing the workbook in Tableau Server or Tableau Online (Also applies to Issue ID 520559).
Workbooks connected to Microsoft Analysis Services, when loaded in Tableau Server, would often cause the database user account to be locked out.
Navigating between two dashboards in Tableau Server, using a filter action run on select, would fail if the target filters for the action contained fields from multiple published data sources.
Certain large calculated fields, that contained hundreds of lines of formula, could cause excessively large queries to be generated and max out Tableau Server system resources.