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Avast Business On-premise Management Console 7.29 HF10
« on: February 14, 2023, 11:55:08 AM »
Release Summary
This release improves stability and fixes several issues.
Some customers may experience an increased number of device status alerts caused by improved synchronization mechanisms. In case that a device appears offline, or the application version is incorrect, please check if the service is installed correctly, and if a reinstallation of the Antivirus program is necessary.

Resolved issues
  • In the report section, device hyperlink leads to the device list instead of message “Device cannot be found or has been removed”.
  • When multiple devices are selected for creating a task, in case some devices are not properly installed so they cannot process tasks, a warning dialog with list containing those devices is displayed with a recommendation for their reinstallation.
  • Uninstallation of Avast Business On-Premise Management Console now removes all files including “backup” folder used by PostgreSQL in “ProgramData” folder.
  • Upgrade of Avast Business On-Premise Management Console to new version is now working correctly even if the path to the PostgreSQL is not on the default disk C:. Prior to this fix, the upgrade has failed.
  • Agents are correctly automatically updated via Master Agent.
  • Devices without internet connection can be updated from Master Agent.
  • It is possible to install an agent on a device behind a proxy server.
  • Default "do not restart immediately" settings are applied to devices.
  • MacOS Ventura is correctly detected which prevents these devices from being incorrectly marked as Windows OS.
  • Avast Business Management Console service can be restarted. Previously, after an attempt to manually restart this service, it would not start.
« Last Edit: February 14, 2023, 11:57:50 AM by Tomm SMB »