Today, we’re pleased to announce that Agent v9.13.4 becomes generally available (GA). It means that the recent feature enhancements to Managed Online Backup can be rolled out to all devices, so you can take advantage of improvements to performance, speed and functionality in the Backup Manager console.
The update is being made live across the Dashboard territories so that it will be available to all customers by Thursday 28th. Use the ‘Agent Auto Update’ option on the ‘Agent’ menu to upgrade your devices to the latest Agent version.
Together with the recent addition of Bare Metal Recovery and access to MAX Backup’s Virtual Drive and Recovery Console tools, MAX RemoteManagement now offers a complete end-to-end business continuity and disaster recovery service, the only RMM service to do so.
We’re also pleased to share that Take Control for OSX will go GA in the first week of February. The introduction of remote access support for the Mac, along with the just-announced acquisition of Mac-MSP, kick starts our 2016 program to ensure that MAX RemoteManagement is the premier solution for Macs in the industry. More feature updates will follow soon, subscribe to this blog to make sure you stay up to date.
Summary for Service Release
– Service release focused GA updates and performance
– Dashboard v6.12.3
– Agent v9.13.4 GA, no change to the RC Agent
BUGFIX: Ensure the Wall Chart plays a sound when checks fail when this option is turned on
Agent v9.13.4 GA
Includes all the updates since the current production Agent v9.13.3
UPDATE: Backup Manager for Managed Online Backup updated to version 15.10
UPDATE: New Backup Accelerator significantly reduces backup windows for large files
UPDATE: New Standby Image Backup functionality
UPDATE: Local Speed Vault backups can now complete first then sync to the cloud
UPDATE: Add support for Windows 10 backup and data recovery
UPDATE: Add support for Encrypted File backup and recovery on Windows – Note: a system reboot may be required following recovery of encrypted files
UPDATE: Add support for VMware 6.0 Host-level backup and data recovery
UPDATE: Add support for Transaction Log Management in VMware environments
We’ve introduced transaction log management for Microsoft Exchange and Microsoft SQL Server running within a VM when performing a VMware ESX host level backup. Supported versions include ESX 5.x or 6.0 with Microsoft Exchange 2007 and later or Microsoft SQL Server 2005 and later. Note: VMware tools must be installed within the VM.
UPDATE: Add support to select individual virtual disks during Hyper-V backup
UPDATE: Usability improvements for bandwidth throttle settings
UPDATE: Add help throughout the user interface
UPDATE: Reintroduction of backup performance charts
UPDATE: Real-time cloud and Local Speed Vault synchronization statistics on the Overview tab
UPDATE: Directory Sizes shown in the Backup Manager during file selection
UPDATE: New Standby Image Backup functionality (& Preflight check)
UPDATE: New Virtual Disaster Recovery cloud targets
UPDATE: Add Archive cleanup option to purge selective archives
BETA: Individual File Restore from VMware and Hyper-V host-level backups
BETA: Dynamic Disk Support for Standby Image and Virtual Disaster Recovery
BUGFIX: Solved issue with restoring zero byte files
BUGFIX: File security permissions not restored in some cases