You can download it here. The release notes are here.
It was an aggressive schedule to turn these features from proposals after TechEd in June to shipped by the end of July. This was all achieved with a team of four developers (five if you count my occasional 10 lines of code on this project!), Test Driven Development, Pair Programming and almost Continuous Integration (we are still having some problems with CruiseControl.NET on this project due to all the external dependencies in Secret Server).
This was also the most prepared we have ever been for a Secret Server release and it went off without any hassle (and some team applause) around 5pm today - usually releasing on a day means before midnight! :) I attribute this lack of hassle to Test Driven Development and the smart developer team who worked hard to stamp out issues early on ... we also started QA one week before release which is early for us.
Now we just have to wait until morning when customers will start upgrading ...
Jonathan Cogley is the CEO and founder of Thycotic Software, a .NET consulting company and ISV in Washington DC. Our product, Secret Server is a enterprise password manager system for teams to secure their passwords. Is your team still storing passwords in Excel?