This article details a list of resolved issues in PGP Universal Server 3.1.x.
PGP Universal Server 3.1.2
Resolved an issue in client connection management that could result in the incorrect association of clients, devices, and keys. 
PGP Universal Server 3.1.0
64-bit OS installations are now correctly identified in the Computer Information page in the PGP Universal Server administrative interface. 
When configuring a Consumer Policy, and specifying drives to be blacklisted with PGP NetShare, the PGP NetShare policy is now applied correctly regardless of the order in which the drives are specified. 
Added support for an advanced preference that suppresses the auto-encrypt functionality in PGP WDE for Windows after a boot disk has been fully decrypted after enrollment. To enable auto-encrypt boot disk suppression, set noAutoEncryptAfterSetupAssistant as a Boolean value to true. 
Recovery partitions are no longer reported as unencrypted partitions to the PGP Universal Server. 
Enrollment no longer fails when there is a WDE-only license and SKM is the only allowed key mode. 
When configuring disk encryption to an administrator passphrase, the text no longer specifies Windows only. 
When mail policy is "standalone," and the user chooses to override the default policy, the user's choice now takes effect correctly. 
External users are no longer counted when determining how many user licenses have been consumed. 
.P7S signature files that are not related to the email to which they are attached no longer trigger the exception mail policy chain. 
Validation of relative URLs has been improved to prevent redirects to pages outside of the PGP Universal Server. 
Improved the security of password handling when using PGP WDE with Windows single sign-on. For more information, see the following Support article www.symantec.com/docs/TECH149940 . 
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