github fleetdm/fleet v4.1.0

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The primary additions in Fleet 4.1.0 are the new Schedule and Activity feed features.

Schedule lets you add queries which are executed on your devices at regular intervals without having to understand or configure osquery query packs. For experienced Fleet and osquery users, the ability to create new, and modify existing, query packs is still available in the Fleet UI and fleetctl command-line tool. To reach the Packs page in the Fleet UI, head to Schedule > Advanced.

Activity feed adds the ability to observe when, and by whom, queries are changes, packs are created, live queries are run, and more. The Activity feed feature is located on the new Home page in the Fleet UI. Select the logo in the top right corner of the Fleet UI to navigate to the new Home page.

New features breakdown

  • Add ability to create teams and update their respective agent options and enroll secrets using the new teams yaml document and fleetctl. Available in Fleet Basic.

  • Adds a new Home page to the Fleet UI. The Home page presents a breakdown of the enrolled hosts by operating system.

  • Add a “Users” table on the Host details page. The username information displayed in the “Users” table, as well as the uid, type, and groupname are available in the Fleet REST API via the /api/v1/fleet/hosts/{id} API route.

  • Add ability to create a user without an invitation. You can now create a new user by heading to Settings > Users, selecting “Create user,” and then choosing the “Create user” option.

  • Add ability to search and sort installed software items in the “Software” table on the Host details page.

  • Add ability to delete a user from Fleet using a new fleetctl user delete command.

  • Add ability to retrieve hosts’ status, display_text, and labels using the fleetctl get hosts command.

  • Add a new user_roles yaml document that allows users to manage user roles via fleetctl. Available in Fleet Basic.

  • Change default ordering of the “Hosts” table in the Fleet UI to ascending order (A-Z).

  • Improve performance of the Software inventory feature by reducing the amount of inserts and deletes are done in the database when updating each host’s
    software inventory.

  • Remove YUM and APT sources from Software inventory.

  • Fix an issue in which disabling SSO at the organization level would not disable SSO for all users.

  • Fix an issue with data migrations in which enroll secrets are duplicated after the name column was removed from the enroll_secrets table.

  • Fix an issue in which it was not possible to clear host settings by applying the config yaml document. This allows users to successfully remove the additional_queries property after adding it.

  • Fix printing of failed record count in AWS Kinesis/Firehose logging plugins.

  • Fix compatibility with GCP Memorystore Redis due to missing CLUSTER command.


Please visit our update guide for upgrade instructions.


Documentation for this release can be found at

Binary Checksum


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Docker images

  • docker pull fleetdm/fleetctl:v4.1.0
  • docker pull fleetdm/fleetctl:v4.1.0
  • docker pull fleetdm/fleetctl:v4
  • docker pull fleetdm/fleet:v4.1.0
  • docker pull fleetdm/fleet:v4.1.0
  • docker pull fleetdm/fleet:v4

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