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I'm getting a script error under version 2.0.14.91. When I click on the Activity Summary tab to view the history bar graph, this error pops-up:

 

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Does anyone else see this?

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Yer I'm getting this too. I was just about to post it myself. :P

 

I have got it too! I was also on my way to create a topic about this!

I can not see the histogramme with red (bad) files or green (good) files!

I can only see the dates at the bottom, but no vertical bars!

 

Cheers,

sweidre

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Kid Shamrock, Dan, or sweidre,

Would one of you please send a snapshot to support@immunet.com. I haven't seen this. It's got to be related to your history.

Thanks,

--Millard

 

 

I have sent an e-mail for you. Hope it helps. Let me know if theres anything else :D

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Hi,

 

Just for info:

 

When I updated from v.2.0.11.12 to v.2.0.14.91, I did not look for this histogramme, at first.

This script error I noticed hours later, but I assume this script error is caused by my update!

 

Details of my update measures:

I downloaded the new version 2.0.14.91 and tried to install it right over the old version.

Then I received a message, that the old version should be uninstalled first.

Immunet did that uninstallation automatically, but suddenly, I received a question asking me to completely uninstall or keep some files.

I answered, that I wanted to keep those files (I wanted to keep "My Community" network, at least), the automatic uninstallation & installation by Immunet continued,

and finally I received the new version 2.0.14.91 installed.

 

This means, that I did not make any complete "clean" uninstall/install procedure, maybe a sort of "half-clean" uninstall/install procedure. (if the expression "half-clean" is admitted)

 

Cheers,

sweidre

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We actually figured out what the problem was. Sadly, there was some bad logic that if you had a history.db with certain data, then you would get the Javascript error. 2.0.14.99 was released for new users. To fix yours, you'll have to uninstall and reinstall using the bootstrapper.

--Millard

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Hi,

 

Successful uninstallation of v.2.0.14.91 (the one with script error) and installation of v.2.0.14.99 (without script error)

 

1. When doing a normal uninstall of v.2.0.14.91 I received a question, if I intend to reinstall Immunet again and keep history etc. I decided not to install Immunet again, so Immunet was completely uninstalled! (The time before I decided to keep history etc, that's why I received the script error version!)

2. I did a requested reboot

3. After the so called "complete" uninstallation I found that there were still a few Immunet folders & files on my c-drive. I decided, not to remove them or run a registry cleanup, because I wanted to keep at least My Community network unchanged.

4. Then I used the same file, that I used a couple of days ago for reinstallation.

5. After reinstallation I received v.2.0.14.99 (note! not v.2.0.14.91) installed. My Community network was there unchanged, good indeed! No script error on the window: "Threat History - Last 30 days", but of course all history was gone. There was only one vertical bar (pillar) above today's date after the fast scan, that I was requested to do after reinstallation. Of course, I had to do my settings again, but that was easy. The only time-consuming part was "Exceptions" and "Scan Scheduling", but I have done them so many times before, so it take only a few minutes!

 

I hope, that my exerience will help others to have the script error version changed to the correct one!

 

Cheers,

sweidre

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