We upgraded to Desktop Authority 11.3 and all went well. The clients are upgrading properly. But we have noticed that everyone now has a file called c:\TEMPPATH\tmpFilePath.txt on their local/client drives. If you delete the file it is created again the next time the user logs or logs off. (I have not tested a refresh) The content of the file is "netlogon: \\[domain controller name]\netlogon"
It is mostly annoying now that I have determined what is dropping the files, but I was curious if anyone else sees this. I used advanced hunting in Windows Defender for Endpoint to verify that slstart.exe is the process which is creating the file. But now that I know what process is creating the files, I do not see it as a security issue.
I have a ticket open.