Tableau Server failed to retain data source passwords on subsequent log-in prompts, even when "Remember my password" was selected.
Sometimes when restoring from backup, "tablicjava.dll" failed to load, causing the restore process to fail.
When you changed sites, the alert count for the new site did not refresh until you clicked the Alerts icon.
When vizqlserver.showshare was turned off, the Share button was removed from all Tableau Server views, not only embedded views.
Site administrators could import groups, even when the site was configured to allow only server administrators to import groups.
On a distributed installation of Tableau Server that used multiple repositories, if the repository failed over, in some cases all the data in the repository was lost. If you run Tableau Server 9.0.x, we strongly encourage you to upgrade to the latest version.
In environments where disk I/O was restricted to less than 5 MBPS, either average throughput or as a result of occasional spikes, the Tableau repository periodically restarted, which put Tableau Server into a "Degraded" state and made it unavailable. For more information, see the Tableau Knowledge Base article.
Workbooks with extracts that used Unicode characters in the extract file name failed to load after the workbook was restored from a Tableau Server backup.
When you exported a Tableau Server view to CSV, measures sometimes were duplicated.
Tooltips sometimes displayed all underlying data, rather than the filtered subset.
In newly created sites, the guest account appeared in the user list, even when you disabled guest access at the server level.
In any web browser, loading Tableau Server views one after another increased memory usage.
A Tableau Server view that had been left idle sometimes displayed the error, "Uncaught Error: Failed to re-initialize session, " when you returned to it.