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ESET Shared Local Cache version 1.2.5 has been released

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ESET Shared Local Cache version 1.2.5 has been released and is available to install.

Changelog

  • Added: New Hyper-V native appliance
  • Added: Admins can access logs on appliance via SFTP
  • Added: Console now shows ERA Agent version and connection status
  • Added: VMware tools v10.0.9 are now pre-installed on VMware appliance
  • Added: New versioning of appliance that can be found in title of console
  • Changed: ESET Remote Administrator agent included in ESET Shared Local Cache appliance changed to version 6.4 (6.4.293.0)
  • Changed: Operating System updates now provides all CentOS repository packages
  • Improved: Compatibility with SELinux
  • Improved: Compatibility with RHEL 7
  • Improved: Appliance is now reachable via hostname
  • Removed: Application updates are no longer automatically done. For updates, re-deploy appliance or update .bin package
  • Fixed: glibc vulnerability CVE-2015-7547 by updating to glibc-2.12-1.166.el6_7.7
  • Fixed: "Product is installed but it is not running" error in ESET Remote Administrator appears after ERA Agent component upgrade task
  • Fixed: Console goes blank after 10 minutes of inactivity in special cases
  • Fixed: "Unit file changed on disk, 'systemctl daemon-reload' recommended." appears after performing an upgrade
  • Fixed: Installer fails on requiring mount.cifs dependency
  • Fixed: Console shows random strings in console
  • Fixed: Minor bug fixes

Known Issues

For a detailed and up-to-date list of Known Issues, see Known issues for version 6 ESET business products.

Upgrade to Latest Version

How do I install the ESET Shared Local Cache on my virtualized network? (6.x)

Support Resources and FAQs

ESET provides support in the form of User Guides, fully localized application and online help, online Knowledgebase, and applicable to your region, chat, email or phone support.

 

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