What’s new in version 22.8.x

This topic lists the features that are introduced or enhanced in CyberArk EPM in version 22.8.0.

Version 22.8.0

What’s new in this release?

Who should install this version

CyberArk recommends that all customers upgrade CyberArk Endpoint Privilege Manager agents to v22.8.0.

Before upgrading the Linux agent from any Linux version lower than v22.6 to this version, uninstall the current Linux agent and then install the new version.

Behavior changes






Linux agent


The installation process was slightly changed, so the activation and de-activation is now done using epmcli instead of epm-activate and epm-deactivate. For details, see Install/upgrade EPM agents on Linux endpoints.


macOS agent

Policy priority

The Elevate default policy for macOS is now inherently an Allow policy and works according to policy priority. In previous agents, the Elevate policy didn't preempt other policies, regardless of its priority.

Make sure that none of the Block policies for applications are configured with a lower priority than the Elevate policy. In these cases, the application will be allowed to run and elevated, as it has a higher priority.

Bug fixes

You can see a list of the bugs fixes in this release, online in our community.


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Known issues

You can see a list of the known issues, online in our community.

Previous versions

Links to lists of bug fixes and known issues for versions 21.4 and lower no longer work. To see a list of the known issues in these releases, log into our community, then apply the appropriate filters.