DMX 04.02.00 was uploaded just moments ago. Please note the following: if you're upgrading from an earlier version of DMX 4 you need to run a script after installation.
1. Go to admin > Run Scripts and select 'Reinstall config'. This will make an ever so slight adjustment to the lines in your web.config.
2. There's also a change to be made in IIS to the application configuration. You need to add the asp.net dll as a wildcard. You'll find this described in detail with screenshots in the updated installation manual that is downloadable here.
Changes since v 04.01.00 are:
Added support for addon settings
Bugfix: 'filter list on' now remains on callback
Improvement: width of columns removed to let CA layout the columns
Bugfix: external postbacks no longer destroy the UI
Enhancement: WebDAV permissions per role
Bugfix: Prevent WebDAV auth handler from handling other axd requests (error appeared in DNN 04.08.00 probably due to reshuffling of web.config)
Change: A soft-deleted item will get hard-deleted when overwritten using WebDAV if the WebDAVHardDelete flag is set (DMX Main Options), otherwise a new version is created
Enhancements to menu logic to include addon menus (useful for later expansions of DMX)
New Feature: Mail Me command for items sends an email to the user with the document as attachment
Fix to Lucene indexinging engine: changed the iFilter invocation code which appears to solve content indexing issues
Author field to 500 Chars
Added Xml as file type to the module
Enhancement: String type custom attributes can now specify a regular expression for input validation
Fixed security loophole in Download code
More repairs to file grid column widths
Fix for DNN 4.8 not providing portal Settings
Fixed filename not being correctly loaded in ImportDirectory method in core API
Changes to WebDAV component to adapt to new MS protocol in Vista/Office2007
Enhancement: added a FileDropDown control that can be used in addons to select the contents of DMX
Improvement/bugfix: languages now only present the Enabled Languages and not all Installed Languages.
Peter Donker, Bring2mind