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2.0.15 Is Available

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2.0.15 has been released. This fixes issues having to do with the banner and rss feeds, adds additional strings that are translatable, and fixes upgrade issues that have prevented us from pushing an in product upgrade. Upgrades will be offered through the product next week, but you can upgrade early by going to http://www.immunet.com, downloading the Free version, and installing over the existing Free or PLUS version.

 

Fixes:

* Banner not refreshing

* IPTray crash on delete/restore from Quarantine

* License not being displayed in installer during upgrade

* Upgrade needs to fix permissions for rss and banner

 

--Millard

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2.0.15 has been released. This fixes issues having to do with the banner and rss feeds, adds additional strings that are translatable, and fixes upgrade issues that have prevented us from pushing an in product upgrade. Upgrades will be offered through the product next week, but you can upgrade early by going to http://www.immunet.com, downloading the Free version, and installing over the existing Free or PLUS version.

 

Fixes:

* Banner not refreshing

* IPTray crash on delete/restore from Quarantine

* License not being displayed in installer during upgrade

* Upgrade needs to fix permissions for rss and banner

 

--Millard

 

I will download immediately, but versions in other languages?

 

Orlando

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You guys are pushing out updates rather quickly which is cool! Every new software has it's growing pains and I'm glad to see your working hard to make the product that much better. Keep up the great work guys!

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I'm going to wait for the "through the product" upgrade next week for my two Plus setups, one 14.91 and 14.99 on the other.

 

Will a reboot be required?

 

I know Plus checks for and updates Tetra every hour. Is the product update checked also at this interval? I seem to remember the upgrade is announce via an iptray balloon tip. Will that still happen?

 

Thanks!

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I'm going to wait for the "through the product" upgrade next week for my two Plus setups, one 14.91 and 14.99 on the other.

 

Will a reboot be required?

 

I know Plus checks for and updates Tetra every hour. Is the product update checked also at this interval? I seem to remember the upgrade is announce via an iptray balloon tip. Will that still happen?

 

Thanks!

 

You will get a balloon pop up and your status orb will change to Yellow. Not sure if you will require a reboot, that will depend on your system, likely you will though.

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For me, Windows7 Ultimate/32, I did a manual update in it indeed required a reboot...

 

Yes for the Windows 7 Ultimate x32, it doesn't need reboot.

 

Orlando

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Excuseme, the double negative indicates a positive, in Italy the situation is different. Anyway I wanted to say that the restart is required on Windows 7 x32bit.

 

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Orlando

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Thanks Millard and the Immunet team for this update!

 

I updated in my Windows 7 Ultimate and it required a restart

 

:rolleyes:

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"Through the product" upgrades went smoothly on both my systems; both needed reboots.

8/27 edit: this is an observation, not a complaint.

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I think this is a limitation of Windows7 not Immunet... Quite often, for even the smallest Microsoft Windows7 update you need to reboot the PC... :angry:

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I think this is a limitation of Windows7 not Immunet... Quite often, for even the smallest Microsoft Windows7 update you need to reboot the PC... :angry:

 

I am sorry to contradict, but the program is causing the restart, causing the restart of Windows updates is different, namely that some Windows services must be stop being updated, here is the cause.

 

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Orlando

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I am sorry to contradict, but the program is causing the restart, causing the restart of Windows updates is different, namely that some Windows services must be stop being updated, here is the cause.

 

Regards,

Orlando

 

I think what he meant it is the Windows is requiring the reboot and he is right. We rely on Microsoft's DIFx to tell a system when to reboot as a result of our upgrade. We can get around it by not shipping kernel drivers in the update but we do it by default because we do make changes there from time to time.

 

al

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Thanks, ..running XP, updated through the software, did not have yellow notice. DID NOT require reboot.

 

It would be nice if the version running showed on the opening banner, would this be easy to do?

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