Announcing the GA of N-central 2022.7

N-central 2022.7.0.26

2022.7 Release Notes (PDF)

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What’s new in N-central 2022.7

N-central 2022.7 is jam-packed with both fixes and new features! Please see below for more information on our new features, and the fixed items list for a list of bug fixes!

Device Management for Apple

N-central 2022.7 is the first to include N-able’s Device Management for Apple solution.

Note:

This is a new service to N-central is for Mac workstations only.  The existing N-central MDM for iPhones and iPads is similar technology but a different back-end.  The two services will co-exist for some time.


Here’s what Device Management for Apple includes in the 2022.7 release:

User-approved manual enrollment: To bring Mac workstations under management properly, Apple requires that enrollment into Device Management be approved by the user of the device.  This cannot be scripted.

Enrollment Helper: to assist with manual enrollment, N-central provides an app that presents your brand – or a friendly name of your choosing – to users and asks them to initiate the process of installing the Enrollment Profile.  This can be enabled/disabled across your entire fleet, or on a client by client basis, or one device at a time.

Multi-tenant push certificates: To get started with Device Management, N-central admins must send a CSR from N-central to the Apple Push Certificate portal to get a push cert.  N-central includes support for creating a push cert for only specific customers, or globally for all devices.  Enrollment Helper can be enabled/disabled with each cert.  (Note: this is the same technology as the existing APNS cert in N-central’s MDM for iPads and iPhones – but it is being setup with a different back-end service.)

PPPC profiles for N-able products: once a Mac is enrolled in Device Management, our service automatically pushes Configuration Profiles that grant macOS Security & Privacy permissions for the N-central Mac Agent, Take Control, EDR, Backup and more.  (The only one we can’t push is Screen Recording for Take Control because Apple doesn’t allow that permission to be controlled by any MDM, not just ours.)  This further streamlines the installation process for new Macs because you don’t need to jump through all the hoops to grant Full Disk Access, Notifications, etc.

Custom Configuration Profiles: Once you have a push cert setup, and devices enrolled, you can upload thousands of configuration profiles – many samples are available in the N-able Automation Cookbook – and push those over the air to your Mac workstations.  The configuration possibilities are virtually limitless.

As powerful as this is, it is a first release.  Device Management for Apple has capacity for support for MDM Commands (like lock and wipe), support for iPads, iPhones, AppleTVs in addition to Macs, and support for Apple Business Manager and Apple School Manager automatic zero-touch enrollment.  Future builds will round out a complete Device Management service for Apple devices.  Those features are on their way to N-central in future releases.

In addition to Device Management, work continues on surfacing the benefits of our new Mac Agent.  N-central 2022.7 includes a real-time Processes widget in the Overview tab of Mac workstations.  And for the first time ever, Mac workstations get a Tools tab – it’s currently only populated with the same Processes table, but will be built out in future N-central releases.

Automation Manager 2.50

Automation Manager 2.50 is now available and included in N-central 2022.7. This version of Automation Manager focuses on bugfixes, including fixes that should help with certain errors in AMP-Based monitoring services in N-central once your agents have upgraded.

In the Designer, we’ve clarified the help articles to indicate SSHv2 is supported for Network Management objects, and we’ve adjusted the branding to match N-central’s default branding. Prompts from Automation Manager will now always be in the foreground, and appear in the center of the screen.


Upgrade paths and notes

IMPORTANT

After the upgrade to N-central version 2022.7, an additional restart of the Windows Agent Service, Windows Agent Maintenance Service, and Windows Software Probe Service (Manually or Scheduled Task) or a full device reboot (not hibernate or sleep) may be required on Windows devices with misconfigured AMP based services in order for them to go back to Normal state.

To upgrade to N-able N-central 2022.7, your N-able N-central server must be running one of the following versions:

View versions:
  • N-able – N-central 2021.1.0.32+
  • N-able – N-central 2021.1.1.305
  • N-able – N-central 2021.1.2.391
  • N-able – N-central 2021.1.3.428
  • N-able – N-central 2021.1.4.467+
  • N-able – N-central 2021.1.5.526
  • N-able – N-central 2021.1.6.727+
  • N-able – N-central 2021.1.7.830+
  • N-able – N-central 2021.1.8.881
  • N-able – N-central 2021.2.0.140+
  • N-able – N-central 2021.3.0.79+
  • N-able – N-central 2022.1.0.47+
  • N-able – N-central 2022.2.0.77+
  • N-able – N-central 2022.3.0.46
  • N-able N-central 2022.4.0.6+
  • N-able N-central 2022.5.0.16+
  • N-able N-central 2022.5.1.33
  • N-able N-central 2022.5.2.35
  • N-able N-central 2022.6.0.20+
  • N-able N-central 2022.7.0.22+

Note the following when upgrading N-able N-central.

Scheduled Tasks may expire if the agent on an associated device is being upgraded when the task is scheduled to be completed. Agent upgrades are normally short in duration but may be delayed if a restart of the device is pending.

Important

If you are a Partner running N-central in Azure, review the following article to avoid any potential issues with the upgrade to this release. We have identified an issue that impacts our Azure hosted N-central partners. Fortunately, our team has steps to resolve the issue. Before upgrading your N-central server to any supported version, review the following article: How to Identify a Legacy Azure N-central Instance.


Fixed Issues in N-able N-central

Release 2022.7
CategoryDescriptionBug
Automation ManagerAM Object: “Backup Registry”Input Parameters mistake in descriptionAM-2316
Automation ManagerPolicyExecutionEngine logging to agent.log instead of PolicyExecutionEngine.logAM-2669
Automation ManagerInput Prompt object doesn’t allow to link inputAM-2677
Automation ManagerInstall Software from FTP doesn’t allow SFTP connectionsAM-2730
Automation ManagerAdd FluentFTP assembly to NC Win Agent and Probe installersAM-2745
Automation ManagerPre-Fill The AMP Name When Closing Automation ManagerAM-2749
Automation ManagerGet Events object not returning results for operational logs (e.g Setup)AM-2808
Automation ManagerScript check failing with error “Exception encountered System.Runtime.Serialization.SerializationException” then automatically resolves itself next check-inAM-2809
Automation ManagerMake AM able to work when FIPS mode is enabledAM-2822
Automation ManagerAutomationManager.log displays N-central agent version as 0.0AM-2826
Automation ManagerRedesign the “Policy List” WindowAM-2830
Automation ManagerUpdate The Colors In the Automation Manager DesignerAM-2832
Automation ManagerCreate AD user module in Automation ManagerAM-2833
Automation ManagerMap network printerAM-2836
Automation ManagerGet OS Architecture AMP abnormal resultsAM-2840
Automation ManagerSet different AM log level from NC dashboardAM-2843
Automation ManagerUpdate the “Close Connection” Object To Support SSHv2AM-2846
Automation ManagerUpdate the “Command Set” Object To Support SSHv2AM-2847
Automation ManagerUpdate the “Enable (Cisco)” Object To Support SSHv2AM-2848
Automation ManagerUpdate the “Get Connection Details” Object To Support SSHv2AM-2849
Automation ManagerUpdate the “Open Session” Object To Support SSHv2AM-2850
Automation ManagerUpdate the “Send Commands and Receive Response” Object To Support SSHv2AM-2851
Automation ManagerUpdate the “Set Terminal Length” Object To Support SSHv2AM-2852
Automation ManagerLarge Number of Probe Log Files AutomationManager.ScriptRunner64-p[XXXX].logAM-2853
Automation ManagerM365 automations Failed execution on remote deviceAM-2855
Automation ManagerAM object – Get Environment Variable shows error message but it returns correct infoAM-2858
Automation ManagerAM Run PowerShell Script object throws “Exception: Requested registry access is not allowed”AM-2859
Automation ManagerImprove AM PolicyExecutionEngine-p[%processid].logAM-2880
Automation ManagerAM prompts open at the top left of the screenAM-2883
Automation ManagerAutomation Manager Agent Service crash when scheduled task run as logged on userAM-2890
Automation ManagerFix AM initialization after Shutdown RPC callAM-2898
Automation ManagerReboot Prompt Not working when Branding is usedAM-2912
Automation ManagerPrompt improvements: Add check for prompt to always be on foregroundAM-2914
Automation ManagerScript Check failing with Unknown Error (Exception encountered System.InvalidOperationException: There is an error in XML document (0, 0)….)AM-2915
Automation ManagerIncorrect status for UAC serviceAM-2917
Automation ManagerAM RPC server issue: No protocol sequences have been registeredAM-2923
Automation ManagerAutomation Manager Object: Reboot Prompt, Exceeded delay time but did not initiate rebootAM-2927
Automation ManagerIntroduce RPC server’s fallback address functionalityAM-2960
Automation ManagerLog cleanup: delete empty log files when log level is ERROR or FATALAM-2965
Automation ManagerAM assemblies to 2.50 on NC 2022.7AM-2969
Automation ManagerFix ConfigurationSettings.xml file for thirdparty dll nameAM-2970
Integrated AVSoft-deleted records are not hard-deleted for a long timeIAV-1052
IntegrationsThe user having ‘Read Only’ or ‘None’ permissions over DNS Filtering Integration can still deploy or remove the Roaming Client or select a profile in the deployment processINT-1005
IntegrationsEmpty profile name allowedINT-657
IntegrationsThe DNS Filtering Status remains reported as an active issue in N-central even after RC’s uninstallation (validated after 7 days of RC uninstallation from the client’s machine)INT-849
IntegrationsDNS Filter Trial ExperienceINT-854
IntegrationsNewly created profiles under NC System levels (SO / Customer / Site) cannot be edited (Content Filters / Block Pages selections)INT-864
IntegrationsAdd the DNSF service into Monitoring tab when the device is in Essential ModeINT-941
Ecosystem FrameworkMS Intune integration icon shows enabled even when not being used – Dev WorkKUIP-2898
Ecosystem FrameworkSentinel One agent is not being uninstalled when a Device with EDR enabled is being removed from N-CentralKUIP-2985
CoreThe agent version is displayed instead of the server versionCALM-1419
CoreRemoteControlSSHConfigDataUtil.java references a Nable_Wrapper.pl option that does not existNCCF-14033
Core[FEATURE] Device Management for AppleNCCF-14253
CoreSystem Error When The System Is Out Of Licenses, And A Licensed Feature Is Added To The DeviceNCCF-14388
CoreDeprecate Support For Unsupported Versions of Linux and 32-bit Linux InstallersNCCF-14459
CoreThe UserAdd API Returns a “-1” When Password That Doesn’t Meet The Complexity Requirements Is Specified, Instead Of An Actionable Error MessageNCCF-14470
CoreDomain User Management Re-Did A Global Password Reset For A CustomerNCCF-15022
CoreLarge amount of temp file in AM temp location cause agent startup delayNCCF-15125
CoreDeleting a probe does not delete record from device’s “discovering_wsp”NCCF-15560
CoreShow caps lock on for login password, instead of sending password in reverse case.NCCF-15595
CoreLocking the “MFA Not Required” Option Isn’t Being SavedNCCF-15617
CoreDropdown Custom Property will remain on error state after two empty valuesNCCF-16055
CoreThe Linux/Mac code sometimes returns 32-bit for 64-bit OSsNCCF-16219
CoreIncorrect repository capacity is being displayedNCCF-16323
CoreUser cannot create reinstall agent task because probe not assignedNCCF-16666
CoreProbe HTTPS service: 1. Change X509ChainPolicy.RevocationFlag 2. Change validation logic ignoring error when global error ChainStatus is used for certificate validationNCCF-17007
CoreCustom Service (SNMP): change Service Identifier and/or Identifier options saves unexpected configuration.NCCF-17038
CoreCustom Service (SNMP): System ErrorNCCF-17040
CoreSettings not retained for Connectivity Service Details when SNMP enabledNCCF-21344
CoreImprove logging for all Google actions if missingNCCF-21483
CoreGoogle IdP Provider: remove the client-id from the error text displayed when NC is accessed by IPNCCF-22664
CoreStop Building the Unsupported Agent InstallersNCCF-22822
CoreRemove unsupported Installers From N-centralNCCF-22823
CoreEnsure Existing Deprecated Agent Installers cannot be used to register and activate new appliancesNCCF-22825
CoreSetting Up More than Two Services in a Template, The Service identifier is Not Transferred CorrectlyNCCF-24478
CoreCreate sysaudit script to collect non-IdP user metricsNCCF-24846
CoreSSO Providers Google G-Suite – Robot Framework Test Suite Integration: N-centralNCCF-24907
CoreN-Central DMfA Navigation UXNCCF-26127
CoreAllow sorting by SSO ColumnNCCF-27272
Core64 bit processes not showing DLLs usedNCCF-28092
CoreDefault Filter Created on Site Creation Causes System ErrorsNCCF-28386
CoreN-central – Send list of clients to Device Management for Apple (DMfA) UI in iframeNCCF-29749
CoreUpdate Permission Definitions and UI for DMfANCCF-29750
CoreCreate Release request for N-central DMfA for 22.7NCCF-29751
CoreSend permission to DMfA for jwtNCCF-29997
CoreRF5 Fails on evaluation of python os.gettempdirNCCF-30087
CoreAdd missed statistics for event acknowledgement timeNCCF-30801
CoreN-central – Inconsistent ApplicationDeviceId when requesting an DMfA profileNCCF-30926
CorePending events are not cleared out from queue when system gets into a throttle blocking state and eventing is turned offNCCF-30977
CoreFix ROLES page when appledevicemanagement Flag is offNCCF-31011
CoreScraping: Records are being dropped due to mandatory date fields that cannot be parsedNCCF-31201
CoreThe assigned Variable in postbuils.sh is causing disruption to the URLNCCF-31456
CoreDatabase scraping has an issue where concurrent table processing happens and events overlapNCCF-31458
CoreLogging | Include protobuf event typeNCCF-31573
CoreXMPP related issuesNCCF-32110
CoreUI | Eventproduction | Only sys adminNCCF-32195
CoreUI | Analytics Splash Message RemovalNCCF-32474
CoreSessionUtils.refreshExpiryForAppliance Triggering Against Eventing When It Does Not Need ToNCCF-32749
CoreIR Stable Main – Devices – Verify System Warranty Service is Added – FailsNCCF-32957
CoreIR Stable Main: Devices – Verify Log File Is Not Accessible For User With Low Level Access – FailsNCCF-32958
CoreElementClickInterceptedException caused by ‘Device Permissions’ Dialog warning “You do not have permission to configure devices. Please contact your administrator.”NCCF-32980
CoreGoogle SSO Provider – Create Google SSO Provider page is brokenNCCF-33150
CoreEvent controller should reset pending counts on restartNCCF-33243
CoreAcknowledgement controller should reset pending counts on restartNCCF-33244
CoreCatastrophic failure of event buffer termination should resetbuffer state and turn off eventing.NCCF-33245
CoreBatch sender not started errorNCCF-33483
CoreAdvancedReportingUser is getting dropped due to missing role or customer groupNCCF-33484
CoreLive eventing should not stop when backups occurNCCF-33536
CoreRecords are being removed from bufferingEnabledTables variable and causing events to be permanently droppedNCCF-33765
CoreEventBufferController Can Cause High Garbage CollectionNCCF-33812
CoreUpgrade certificates with proper clientId for NCOD to support DMfANCCF-33990
CoreLeft-hand menu for “Analytics” needs to show we are Beta.NCCF-35263
CoreMemory consumption is too high when buffering eventsNCCF-35840
CoreEnsure time series tables are not processed for scraping unless within 24hNCCF-35851
CoreInterrupt exception can cause event processing and/or acknowledgement processing to stop permanently and needs a watchdogNCCF-36410
CoreNULL pointer error while saving Device settingsNCCF-37224
CoreAgent download labels incorrectNCCF-38026
Core Agent installation failsNCCF-38236
CoreParent level view – Permission evaluation is not performed for lower levelsNCCF-39485
CoreScriptDownloadURI’ Version Not Updating After Upgrading of N-centralNCCF-40053
Patch Management CMInclude re-branded PME in the latest N-centralPMCM-715
Release 2022.6

The following table contains a list of Automation Manager fixed issues for 2022.6 and cover AM 2.40 and AM 2.40.1.

CategoryDescriptionBug
Automation ManagerAMP script showing forcibly terminated when run as a task, however AMP runs successfully through Automation Manager when run locallyAM-2943
Automation ManagerAM RPC server issue: No protocol sequences have been registeredAM-2923
Automation ManagerCreate hotfix version for AM 2.40.0.4 (initial assembly copy)AM-2837
Automation ManagerRun AM 2.40 RegressionAM-2821
Automation ManagerAdd to RMM code-drop manager -> AutomationManager.Engine.Update.dll assemblyAM-2817
Automation ManagerThe “Remove Local Profiles” Object Throws A Error MessageAM-2815
Automation ManagerAM separate installer version must accept new N-able certificates in assembly validation checkAM-2814
Automation ManagerUpdate help section for Reboot PromptAM-2803
Automation ManagerClick result for Reboot Prompt is wrong when user is allowed to postpone past the limitAM-2802
Automation ManagerReboot prompt fails from N-Central for standard user (logged on user)AM-2789
Automation ManagerPrompts are not working from designer without RMM/NC Agent starting 2.20AM-2787
Automation ManagerSupport HTTP compression in Download file from URL objectAM-2768
Automation ManagerNC: Add Settings.xml file to NC Win Agent and Probe installersAM-2758
Automation ManagerGet OS type policy fails when using custom credentials with standard userAM-2755
Automation ManagerThe “Get N-able RMM Agent Information” Object Doesn’t Return Information About the Group Policy Advanced Monitoring AgentAM-2753
Automation ManagerWhen Saving a New Copy Of An AMP, Automation Manager Doesn’t Open The New CopyAM-2750
Automation ManagerAM Designer Launches with a SW Software PublisherAM-2747
Automation ManagerSeparate Installer – Add support for dependency changesAM-2746
Automation Manager[Automation] Meraki Get Clients Connected to Host Device failingAM-2733
Automation Manager[Automation] Empty Recycle Bin object fails on Windows 10AM-2732
Automation ManagerThe “Reboot Prompt” Object Doesn’t Force The Reboot To Occur After The Specified Time DelayAM-2675
Automation ManagerThe “Uninstall Software” Object Fails To Uninstall The PME “File Cache Service Agent ApplicationAM-2593
Automation ManagerThe “Get Logical Disk Information” Doesn’t Return Information If There Is Only One Logical DiskAM-2589
Automation ManagerLoading wrong dll files when executing Import-Module in run PowerShell scriptAM-2573
Automation ManagerF-Secure AV Definition checks failing after 2020.1.5.425 (HF5) upgradeAM-2575
Automation ManagerCheck and update all of the NC stock services to use the new AM Run PowerShell objectAM-2585
Automation ManagerError during AM installation on Win10x86 EnterpriseAM-2281

Core/Other

CategoryDescriptionBug
CorerunNCLI will leave support account password in Bash HistoryNCCF-6672
CoreScheduling daily non-recurring tasksNCCF-13664
CoreSystem Error after user initiated refreshNCCF-13916
CoreStored XSS via Add Service TemplateNCCF-14240
CoreWhen an appliance is removed from N-central the agent can stay permanently installed, till manually uninstalledNCCF-14577
CoreScheduled Tasks Use The Value Of Custom Properties When The Task Was Created, Not The Current Custom Property ValueNCCF-14741
CoreServerEI2 Error Logging Doesn’t Surface the Root/Inner ExceptionNCCF-15499
CorePool Threads Are Not Being Ended After RDP/SSH/Web Page Remote Control Sessions Are ClosedNCCF-15714
CoreNaUpdate needs to abort update on detection of asset map file read errorNCCF-16037
CoreScheduled Task Profile not sending attachmentNCCF-16289
CoreAppliance data gets dropped for creationtime being emptyNCCF-16518
CoreNaUpdater should update itself and run the updated version for the rest of the updateNCCF-17954
CoreFEATURE UPDATE – Granular Device Management PermissionsNCCF-18558
CoreIncluding the Support Tools Role Locks Product Admin from being able to Change the RoleNCCF-18986
CoreRegistration token is excluded from “customerList” and “customerListChildren”, if there is IP Address blockingNCCF-19764
CoreMissing the word “Microsoft” from Server 2022 Datacenter discoveryNCCF-20107
CoreSettings not retained for Connectivity Service Details when SNMP enabledNCCF-21344
CoreSlow Performance On the “Actions -> Run a Script” PageNCCF-21814
CoreEnsure Existing Agents continue to Function in Newer N-central VersionsNCCF-22824
CoreFailures Logged In dmsservice.log When Modifying the NTP Server Used By N-centralNCCF-23534
CoreCustom UI port not reflected in the password change email URLNCCF-23536
CoreManagementLink for PSA Does Not Include Port NumberNCCF-24461
CoreAutomated N-central OS Package Update – May 15, 2022NCCF-24823
CoreWhen there is a backlog of events in queue that have not been processed turning off eventing freezesNCCF-24891
CoreDeep link assembly with custom UI port fix – Remote Control LinkNCCF-25060
CoreXMPPManager Cannot be restarted if Openfire is restartedNCCF-25374
CoreDeep link assembly with custom UI port fix – Netpath Graph ServiceNCCF-25722
CoreAzure Specific Kernel for CentOS 7 Has Been Deprecated and is No Longer Updated UpstreamNCCF-25971
Coressh remote control forks the second nagent process which continue running until disconnect request, second nagent process  set monitoring services to the stale stateNCCF-26037
CoreUpstream Linux Kernel Changes Can Cause Problems Rebuilding the GRUB2 Boot Image During N-central UpgradeNCCF-26098
CoreProbe Not UpgradingNCCF-27733
CoreAutomation test – Mac OS 10 Agent  failing – Mojave did not appearNCCF-28053
CoreMultithread table processing in event production scraperNCCF-28149
CoreCan’t read “Server_ro” from nagent configuration file for Linux and Mac agentNCCF-28585
CoreCentOS 7 java-1.8.0-openjdk Update –  RHSA-2022:1487NCCF-28658
CoreUpdate all MacOS Agent download links to list MacOS Agent both decoupled and legacy with updated names.NCCF-28681
CoreDomain User Management missing password status. Password Status column does not show time of last password resetNCCF-28710
CoreThe ecosystem Integration Management page does not work with custom UI port.NCCF-28747
CoreSign In with Google button show up with the new Login flow on login pageNCCF-28824
CoreScheduled task is not retaining the settings for Missed Executions.NCCF-28827
CorePM-4 inaccessible after upgrade, azure-core dependency failed on legacy versionNCCF-29026
CoreBulk User IDP Link and Unlink not workingNCCF-29040
CoreExcessive Logging Causes Thread Block on I/O OperationsNCCF-29500
CoreLimit the number of concurrent SO processing in event production scraperNCCF-30133
CoreEvent Production Throttle should allow for a 25% buffer before openingNCCF-30136
CoreAzure/Generic IDP Login Name/Email  is CASE SENSITIVENCCF-30422
CoreLegacy Azure Single VHD Image Instances Must be Migrated to an Azure Managed Disk InstanceNCCF-30458
CoreMask Client Secret Related Fields for SSO ProvidersNCCF-30527
CoreSystem Audit Log doesn’t show any failed/successful loginsNCCF-30836
CoreAgent updater process is timed-out after 10 minutesNCCF-30875
CoreXmpp Initialization Can Sometimes Timeout on Jetty StartupNCCF-30909
CoreXmpp Not Reconnecting When Going Down for Whatever ReasonNCCF-31595
CoreXMPPManager is not Automatically restarted if Openfire is restartedNCCF-31658
CoreSystem Errors on Device when Xmpp goes DownNCCF-31909
CoreRemoteExecution Trigger Sending Large Requests to AgentsNCCF-32069
CoreTypeError: null has no properties Loading Physical Drive (HP) and OthersNCCF-32490
CoreGoogle SSO Provider – Create Google SSO Provider page is brokenNCCF-33150
Coreruser package bugNCCF-33636
CoreIncrease Jetty TimeoutsNCCF-34190
CoreNko Xmpp Check Getting NullPointerException on access to “xmppconfig”NCCF-34755
CoreFile Ownership on Openfire and Envoy are Different Depending on Upgrade or New InstallNCCF-35500
CoreAzure: missing the ‘Fresh Installation’ description in the ‘versionhistory’ tableNCCF-36532
EcosystemLogging only – N-Central sync task to log Orphaned Devices when integrations installedKUIP-3841
EcosystemAs an integrated EDR user I want the ability to migrate to Standalone without tripping on the TakeOver feature in Ecosystem (NCentral)KUIP-3856
EcosystemEcosystem Agent configuration record should only change last_updated field when changedKUIP-3586
EcosystemIntegration Management page does not work with custom UI port.KUIP-3887
Patch ManagementDevicePatchAssetInfoGetCall causing Performance IssuesPMCM-1736
Patch ManagementRevert PMCM-886 from main branchPMCM-1740

Known Limitations

These items for the current version of the N-able N-central software is composed of material issues significantly impacting performance whose cause has been replicated by N-able and where a fix has not yet been released. The list is not exclusive and does not contain items that are under investigation. Any known limitations set forth herein may not impact every customer environment. The N-able N-central software is being provided as it operates today. Any potential modifications, including a specific bug fix or any potential delivery of the same, are not considered part of the current N-able N-central software and are not guaranteed.

Active Issues

DescriptionBug
When exporting a large list of Active Issues items to PDF format at either the System or Service Organization level, the server may fail. Exporting to CSV format does not cause this problem.62860
Agents and Probes

DescriptionBug
Communication issues may be encountered for N-able N-central Probes installed on Windows servers that have multiple NICs. For more information, refer to “KBA20020: Configuring A Server With Multiple NICs” in the online Help.67778
Automation Manager

DescriptionBug
Running Automation Manager Policies created using Automation Manager 1.6 or earlier may result in Failed to create an EndDate … errors if the Policies are run on a computer using a different date format. This issue does not affect Policies created using Automation Manager 1.7 or later.65712
AV Defender and Backup Manager – D2D

DescriptionBug
The About Backup Manager dialog box no longer indicates if the Backup Manager software is licensed.68226
Custom Services

DescriptionBug
Custom services may appear as misconfigured when the system locale of the device is not set to English. For example, in Portuguese the default decimal in c#/.net is not a period, “.”, it is a comma, “,”. If you are having this issue, please contact N-able Technical Support.65288
Core Functionality

DescriptionBug
Installing N-able N-central on Servers that have an Nvidia Video Card
Due to a bug in CentOS 7 with Nvidia’s “Nouveau” driver, installing N-able N-central on servers that have an Nvidia video card may result in the N-able N-central console showing a blank screen, or displaying an Anaconda Installer screen with an error message about the video card driver.
NCCF-11842
HDM doesn’t not work with the “Last 5 Tickets” widget.NCCF-10855
Warranty information might be inaccurate when determining the warranty expiry dates of devices that are not located in the USA.NCCF-3649
URL with embedded username and password prompts for Java upgrade, logging in manually does not prompt.NCCF-2415
Chrome 42.x does not support NPAPI plugins which means that Java and Direct Connect will not function with that browser version. When attempting to open remote control connections in Chrome 42.x, users will be repeatedly prompted to install either Java or the NTRglobal plugin with no successful connections made. To resolve this issue, perform the following:

1. In the Chrome address bar, type chrome://flags/.
2. Under Enable NPAPI, click Enable.
3. Restart Chrome.
NCCF- 73359
Dashboards

DescriptionBug
Modifying a Dashboard that is associated with a large number of services may cause performance issues when using the Firefox browser.70326
PSA Integration

DescriptionBug
In some instances, tickets closed in PSAs are not being cleared in N-able N-central. This is likely because the ticketing recipient profile in N-able N-central has Do not change the Ticket Status selected (in order to manually configure tickets). Then, when the ticket is removed in the PSA, N-able N-central will not be able to update/resolve the ticket’s status and new tickets
cannot be created for the same issue. Until a solution is available through the UI for this situation, the work around is to set a Return to Normal status and set a non-used status in the ‘updatable statuses’ section or set the same status as the return to normal one. This will cause N-able N-central to add a note to the ticket on return to normal but will not alter the ticket’s
status. This will allow the stale ticket check to remove the ticket from the system.
65620
UI

DescriptionBug
After re-naming, the Names of files or Registry entries may not be displayed properly in the File System window and the Registry window of the Tools tab when using Internet Explorer.68149
The main N-central login page will fail to load when accessed from the Safari web browser. To work around this issue, please use a supported browser, such as Chrome, Edge or Firefox, or access N-central via https:///login.NCCF-19768
User Access Management

DescriptionBug
Login window reappears when new tab is loaded.

When already logged into N-central and a user opens a new tab and browses to N-central from this new tab, the login screen reappears yet the user is already logged in. The left hand navigation is functional.
NCCF-29648

Available Ciphers for Non Agent/Probe Communication with N-central

View ciphers

TLSv1.3:

TLS_AKE_WITH_AES_128_GCM_SHA256

TLS_AKE_WITH_AES_256_GCM_SHA384

TLS 1.2:

TLS_ECDHE_ECDSA_WITH_AES_256_GCM_SHA384

TLS_ECDHE_ECDSA_WITH_AES_128_GCM_SHA256

TLS_ECDHE_RSA_WITH_AES_256_GCM_SHA384

TLS_ECDHE_RSA_WITH_AES_128_GCM_SHA256


End of support

The following are being deprecated in a future release of N-able N-central:

Linux Agent SupportDue to declining usage in the field, the N-able N-central Linux agents will stop supporting CentOS 6, Ubuntu 14.04 and the 32- bit version of Ubuntu 16.04, in a future release.
Internet Explorer 11Due to declining usage in the field, a future release of N-able Ncentral will drop support for the Internet Explorer 11 web
browser.
AV Defender 5.xAs of next major release for those of you still utilizing the AV5
Bitdefender Antivirus be advised that monitoring from our AV5
agents will no longer continue. As a result this will leave your
environments in a vulnerable state. We encourage you to
review your agents to ensure you are now utilizing our latest
AV6 agents. Reminder that our online help for Security Manager is available for your reference.
Windows 8.1/Windows Server
2012 R2
As older Windows Server and Desktop Operating Systems
transition into Microsoft’s Extended Support Phase and
beyond, they are no longer receiving OS level TLS version and
cipher updates (SCHANNEL). As the .NET Framework relies on
SCHANNEL for TLS based communications, and as newer
vulnerabilities are discovered in the ciphers available to these
older Operating Systems, the available Strong Cipher list for
these devices continues to shrink. We continually review the
ciphers used by N-central’s Modern Security Profile, to ensure
we offer only secure ciphers. At this time, there are only two (2)
secure RSA key based ciphers available to Windows Server 2012
R2/Windows 8.1 and older. N-central will endeavor to support
these two ciphers in our Modern Security profile for as long as
they remain secure, but there may come a time where we will
need to drop Official support for these Windows versions
before the end of their Extended Support Phase. If/when this
does occur, they will still be able to connect if you switch to the
Legacy Security Profile, but this will reduce the security of all
devices connecting to your N-central server.

If you monitor Windows Server 2003/2008/Windows XP/Vista
devices, we would like to advise you that we will be dropping
support for the “TLS_RSA_WITH_3DES_EDE_CBC_SHA” cipher in a future release. Coming changes to the web front end that will support TLS 1.3, have been identified as also disabling “TLS_RSA_WITH_3DES_EDE_CBC_SHA” due to the required version of OpenSSL. Fully patched Windows Server 2008/Vista devices should be able to connect to N-central on the Legacy
Security profile, using one of the newer, but still weak ciphers.
Windows Server 2003/XP will no longer be able to communicate
over TLS/HTTPS at that time (using a site-to-site VPN between
your firewall devices, and connecting over HTTP may still work).
32-bit versions of
the Windows, Linux and macOS
operating systems
The number of 32-bit Operating Systems monitored by Ncentral has continued to drop over the past few years. Windows Agents/Probes have historically been 32-bit, with some 64-bit specific components. In a future release, we intend to convert the Agent and Probe code base to be a native 64-bit application; this will mean a hard deprecation of support for 32-bit Windows versions. N-central’s Linux and macOS agents will follow a similar path.

N-able N-central System requirements

The following requirements are for typical usage patterns, acknowledging that some patterns may require greater system resources for a N-able N-central server than others.

If you have any questions about how your needs affect the system requirements of your N-able N-central server, contact your Channel Sales Specialist or email n-able-salesgroup@n-able.com.

ProcessorServer class x86_64 CPUs manufactured by Intel or AMD (i.e. Xeon or EPYC). Please refer to the Red Hat Hardware Ecosystem for further details
Operating
System
You do not need to install a separate Operating System to run N-able N-central. The N-able Ncentral ISO includes a modified version of CentOS 7, based on the upstream Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7.
Physical
Hardware
The physical server used to install N-able N-central in a bare metal environment must be certified to run Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7.7 (x64) by Red Hat, or the hardware vendor, without any additional drivers. Please check the Red Hat Hardware Ecosystem for details.

Server Grade hard drives connected to a RAID controller with a Battery/Capacitor Backed Cache are Required. Examples include 10K+ RPM SCSI or SAS drives, Enterprise Grade SSDs or NVMes for bare metal and virtualized hosts, or a Fibre Channel connected SAN with Enterprise Grade hard drives for virtualized hosts (Fibre Channel cards can be used for bare metal if they are configured in the pre-boot environment and do NOT require vendor-provided drivers).

Although Desktop Hard Drives will work with the Operating System, they do not meet the minimum throughput required for the back-end Database of N-able N-central.

For more details, please refer to the Red Hat Hardware Ecosystem to see if your current hardware will work with our customized version of CentOS 7.

System requirements by number of devices managed

The table below lists the minimum specifications required to manage the number of devices indicated (based on average usage). Performance can be improved by exceeding these requirements. When determining your hardware requirements, consider any growth in managed device count that may occur over time.

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Number of devicesCPU CoresMemoryStorage
Up to 1,00024 GB RAM80 GB RAID
Up to 3,00048 GB RAM150 GB RAID
Up to 6,000816 GB RAM300 GB RAID
Up to 9,00001224 GB RAM450 GB RAID
Up to 12,0001632 GB RAM600 GB RAID
Up to 16,0002248 GB RAM800 GB RAID
Up to 20,0002864 GB RAM1 TB RAID
Up to 24,0003480 GB RAM1.2 TB RAID

Notes

  1. Server Grade hard drives connected to a RAID controller with a Battery/Capacitor Backed Cache, are required to ensure performance and unexpected power-loss data protection.
  2. In a virtualized environment, hard drives for the N-able N-central server must not be shared with any other applications or VM guests that have significant I/O workloads. For example, Report Manager, SQL Databases, E-Mail Servers, Active Directory Domain Controllers, SharePoint, or similar should not be installed on the same physical hard drive as N-able N-central.
  3. N-able recommends two or more hard drives be placed in a redundant RAID configuration. With two drives, RAID 1 must be used. With more than two drives, RAID 1+0 or RAID 5 are recommended. RAID 6 is an option on servers with less than 1,000 devices (the additional write latency of RAID 6 becomes an issue above 1,000 devices).
  4. N-able recommends more, smaller disks in a RAID array, as opposed to fewer larger disks. Databasebacked applications, like N-able N-central, have better write performance with an increased number of parallel writes (hard drives).
  5. If using Solid State Drives (SSDs), N-able requires Enterprise Grade, SLC based (or better) SSDs with a SAS interface, or Enterprise Grade NVMes. SSD and NVMe drives must have an endurance rating of at least 0.2 DWPD (Drive Writes Per Day), and at least 2 physical disks in a redundant RAID array. On Bare Metal servers, the RAID array must appear to the operating system as a single Block or NVMe Device. Currently, many PCIe and NVMe drives do not meet this last requirement and would only work in a virtualized environment.
  6. Configure the RAID controller to use the default stripe size and a Read/Write cache of 50%/50%.

The underlying customized version of CentOS 7 has certain hardware limits that are consistent with the upstream Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7 distribution. Of note are the following:

SubsytemLimit
Minimum disk space80 GB
Maximum physical disk size (BIOS)2 TB
Maximum physical disk size (UEFI)50 TB
Required minimum memory4GB for 4 or fewer logical CPUs

1GB per logical CPU for more than 4 logical CPUs
Maximum memory12 TB
Maximum logical CPUs768

Due to the ecosystem of different hardware, N-able does not certify specific hardware configurations. Instead we rely on the upstream Red Hat Enterprise Linux and hardware vendor testing and certification.

Examples of servers that have been Red Hat certified include HPE ProLiant DL360 Gen10 and Dell PowerEdge R620.

Please consult with your hardware vendor to ensure that any server to be used for a bare metal installation meets the above requirements, and is Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7.7 certified, without the need for additional
drivers.

N-able recommends that for any Bare Metal server, two or more SAS 10k or faster hard drives be placed in a RAID array to improve redundancy. RAID 1+0 or RAID 5 are supported (at the hardware RAID BIOS level). RAID 6 is an option on servers with less than 1,000 devices (the additional write latency of RAID 6 becomes an issue above 1,000 devices).

Support for virtualized environments

N-able supports VMware ESX Server 6.0 or newer and Windows Server 2012 R2 Hyper-V or newer LTS versions. N-able recommends use of the latest stable versions of VMware or Hyper-V in order to ensure the best performance, feature set and compatibility with N-able N-central.

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Hyper-V on Windows Desktop Operating Systems not Supported.

N-able N-central installed on a virtual machine running on a Desktop Operating System (such as HyperV on Windows 10, Virtual Box, Parallels, VMWare Fusion or similar) is not a supported configuration. If
you are using Windows Hyper-V, it must be installed on a supported server class Windows Operating
System.

Windows Server Semi-Annual Releases are not Supported.

Only Long-Term Support (LTS) versions of the Windows Server Operating System are supported as a
Hyper-V host for N-able N-central. Microsoft currently releases “Semi-Annual Release” versions of
Windows Server as a technology preview for the next LTS version. Due to their technology preview
status, these “Semi-Annual Release” versions of Windows Server are not supported as Hyper-V hosts
for N-able N-central.

About virtualization

Virtualization provides an abstraction layer between the hardware and the Operating System which permits the operation of multiple logical systems on one physical server unit. The table below includes considerations when using this deployment method.

System
Performance
It is impossible to guarantee the scalability or performance of a N-able N-central server deployed on a Virtual Machine due to:
1. Variability in field environments resulting from host server configurations,
2. The number of virtual guests run on the host server, and
3. The performance of the underlying host hardware.
SupportabilityN-able supports N-able N-central software deployed on VMWare ESX/ESXi 6.0 or newer, Windows Server 2012 R2 Hyper-V or newer LTS releases, Microsoft Azure and Amazon AWS EC2 in the same way that we support N-able N-central deployed on Bare Metal. This support is limited to the components (Software and Operating System) shipped with Nable N-central and does not include the troubleshooting of virtualization systems nor of
performance issues related to environmental factors.

N-able recommends reaching out to your hardware or virtualization vendor for support on the underlying virtualization and hardware components. Any assistance provided by Nable Support for virtualization or hardware issues is on a best-effort basis only. In the event of serious performance problems, we might ask you to migrate a virtualized N-able N-central system to a physical hardware deployment.
Virtual
Hardware
Support
In Windows Server 2016 Hyper-V or newer deployments, it is recommended to create a new Generation 2 VM. When configuring the VM virtual hardware, if you choose to enable Secure Boot, please select the Microsoft UEFI Certificate Authority template.

For VMWare ESX/ESXi deployments, it is recommended to select the Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7 guest OS template, then under the Boot Options, select the UEFI Firmware.
Network
Adapters
N-able recommends using the VMXNET3 network card in VMWare. When the VM is configured as Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7, it will use VMXNET3 by default.

Unless you are using Network Interface Bonding, N-able N-central requires only one (1) network adapter added to the VM configuration. Multiple network adapters that are not used in a bonding configuration can cause connectivity and licensing issues.
MAC AddressesBy default, most virtualization environments use a dynamically assigned MAC address for each virtual network card. As your N-able N-central license is generated in part by using the MAC address of its network card, it is required to use a statically assigned MAC address in order to avoid becoming de-licensed.

Recommended configuration for the virtualized server

Although provisioning virtual disks as “thin” or “thick” results in nearly-identical performance, thick
provisioning is recommended, particularly when more than 1,000 devices will be connected to your Nable N-central server.

  • Assign the highest resource access priority to N-able N-central, as compared to other guest VMs.
  • Do not over-provision resources (Memory, CPU, Disk) on the virtualization host. Over-provisioning these resources can causes memory swapping to disk, and other bottlenecks that can impact guest system performance.
  • Ensure that the system has enough RAM and hard drive space to provide permanently allocated resources to the N-able N-central guest.

Supported Software

Browsers

N-able N-central supports the latest versions of:

  • Internet Explorer®
  • Microsoft Edge®
  • Mozilla Firefox®
  • Desktop versions Google Chrome®. Mobile phone browsers are not supported.

N-able N-central is not supported on Internet Explorer in Compatibility View mode.

Remote Control

Remote control connections require the following software on the computers that initiate connections:

  • .NET Framework 4.5.2 on Windows devices
  • Oracle Java 1.8 versions that include Java Web Start
Report Manager

To use Report Manager with N-able N-central, ensure the you upgrade to the latest version of Report Manager.

Automation Manager

Automation Manager requires .NET Framework 4.5.2 and PowerShell 3.0 to run AMP-based services with N-able N-central.

SNMP Community String

On HPE ProLiant Generation 9 or older Physical Servers, when monitoring the N-able N-central server using SNMP, the community string used for SNMP queries to the server must use N-central_SNMP, not public. SNMP is only enabled on HPE ProLiant Generation 9 or older Physical Servers. All other installs do not enable SNMP on the N-able N-central server.

Supported Operating Systems

This section describes the supported operating systems for N-able N-central.

Windows Agents
  • Microsoft .NET Framework 4.5.2 (or later)
Windows Server 2022
  • Windows Server 2022 Standard
  • Windows Server 2022 Datacenter
  • Windows Server 2022 Datacenter: Azure
Windows Server 2019
  • Windows Server 2019 Datacenter
  • Windows Server 2019 Standard
Windows Server 2016
  • Windows Server 2016 Datacenter
  • Windows Server 2016 Standard
  • Windows Server 2016 Essentials
  • Windows Storage Server 2016
  • Windows Server 2016 MultiPoint Premium Server
  • Microsoft Hyper-V Server 2016
Windows Server 2012
  • R2 Datacenter
  • R2 Essentials
  • R2 Foundation
  • R2 Standard
  • Datacenter 64-bit Edition
  • Essentials 64-bit Edition
  • Foundation 64-bit Edition
  • Standard 64-bit Edition
  • Microsoft Hyper-V Server 2012
  • Microsoft Hyper-V Server 2012 R2
  • Storage Server 2012 Enterprise 64-bit Edition
  • Storage Server 2012 Express 64-bit Edition
  • Storage Server 2012 Standard 64-bit Edition
  • Storage Server 2012 Workgroup 64-bit Edition
Windows 11
  • Microsoft Windows 11 Enterprise & Professional
  • Microsoft Windows 11 Education editions
  • Microsoft Windows 11 Pro for Workstations
Windows 10
  • Microsoft Windows 10 Enterprise & Professional
  • Microsoft Windows 10 Education editions
  • Windows 10 Pro for Workstations
Windows 8 and 8.1
  • 8.1 Enterprise
  • 8.1 Professional
  • 8 Enterprise
  • 8 Professional
Windows 7
  • Microsoft Windows 7 Enterprise & Professional
  • Microsoft Windows 7 Ultimate
macOS Agents
  • 12.0 (Monterey)
  • 11.0 (Big Sur)
  • 10.15 (Catalina)
  • 10.14 (Mojave)
  • 10.13 (High Sierra)
  • 10.12 (Sierra)
Linux Agents

Independent Agents are required for 32-bit and 64-bit Linux OS installations.

The probe performs an SSH connection a Linux device. To discover a Ubuntu/Debian OS device, the
device must have openssh installed.

  • Red Hat Enterprise Linux/CentOS 8 (64-bit)
  • Red Hat Enterprise Linux/CentOS 7 (x86_64 and i686)
  • Red Hat Enterprise Linux/CentOS 6 (x86_64 and i686)
  • Ubuntu 20.04 LTS (64-bit)
  • Ubuntu 18.04 “Bionic Beaver” (x86_64)
  • Ubuntu 16.04 “Xenial Xerus” (x86_64 and i686)
  • Debian 8.7/Ubuntu 14.04 “Trusty Tahr” (x86_64 and i686)
AV Defender

Workstation Operating Systems

  • Microsoft Windows 11
  • Microsoft Windows 10
  • Microsoft Windows 8, 8.1

Tablet And Embedded Operating Systems

  • Windows 10 IoT Enterprise
  • Windows Embedded 8.1 Industry
  • Windows Embedded 8 Standard
  • Windows Embedded Enterprise 7
  • Windows Embedded POSReady 7
  • Windows Embedded Standard 7
  • Windows Embedded Compact 7

Server Operating Systems

  • Microsoft Windows Server 2022
  • Microsoft Windows Server 2019 Core
  • Microsoft Windows Server 2019
  • Microsoft Windows Server 2016
  • Microsoft Windows Server 2016 Core
  • Microsoft Windows Server 2012 R2
  • Microsoft Windows Server 2012

For Microsoft Windows Embedded Standard 7, TCP/IP, Filter Manager, and Windows Installer must all be
enabled.

Patch Manager

Workstation Operating Systems

  • Microsoft Windows 11
  • Microsoft Windows 10 version 1607 and later
  • Microsoft Windows 8.1
  • Microsoft Windows 8
  • Microsoft Windows 7

Server Operating Systems

  • Microsoft Windows Server 2022
  • Microsoft Windows Server 2012
  • Microsoft Windows Server 2012 R2
  • Microsoft Windows Server 2016
  • Microsoft Windows Server 2019

The following operating systems are not supported with N-able N-central patch manager:

  • Microsoft Windows XP
  • Microsoft Windows Vista
  • Microsoft Windows 10 Home Edition
  • Microsoft Windows Server 2003
  • Microsoft Windows Server 2008
  • Microsoft Windows 11 Home Edition (Monitoring status is supported)
Windows Update Agent

The minimum version of the Windows Update Agent (WUA) needs to be greater than 7.6.7600.320. The base NT build version of Windows should be 6.1 or later. Older versions of the base NT build cannot upgrade past version 7.6.7600.256 of the Windows Update Agent.

Automation Manager

Workstation Operating Systems

  • Microsoft Windows 11
  • Microsoft Windows 10 (32/64-bit)
  • Microsoft Windows 8.1 (32/64-bit)
  • Microsoft Windows 8 (32/64-bit)
  • Microsoft Windows 7 (32/64-bit)

Server Operating Systems

  • Microsoft Windows Server 2022
  • Microsoft Windows Server 2019
  • Microsoft Windows Server 2016 (32/64-bit)
  • Microsoft Windows Server 2012 R2 (32/64-bit)
  • Microsoft Windows Server 2012 (32/64-bit)
Disk Encryption Manager

Hyper-V Server 2012 R2Hyper-V Server 2016
Windows 7 Enterprise Windows 7 Home Premium
Windows 7 Professional Windows 7 Ultimate
Windows 8 Enterprise Windows 8 Pro
Windows 8 Pro with Media Center Windows 8.1 Enterprise
Windows 8.1 Pro Windows 8.1 Pro with Media Center
Windows 10 Education Windows 10 Enterprise
Windows 10 Enterprise 2015 LTSB Windows 10 Enterprise 2016 LTSB
Windows 10 Enterprise for Virtual Desktops Windows 10 Enterprise LTSC 2019
Windows 10 Pro Windows 10 Pro Education
Windows 10 Pro for Workstations
Windows Server 2008 R2 Enterprise Windows Server 2008 R2 Datacenter
Windows Server 2008 R2 Standard Windows Server 2008 R2 Foundation
Windows Server 2012 Datacenter Windows Server 2012 Essentials
Windows Server 2012 Foundation Windows Server 2012 R2 Datacenter
Windows Server 2012 R2 Essentials Windows Server 2012 R2 Foundation
Windows Server 2012 R2 Standard Windows Server 2012 R2 Standard Evaluation
Windows Server 2012 Standard
Windows Server 2016 Datacenter Windows Server 2016 Datacenter Evaluation
Windows Server 2016 Essentials Windows Server 2016 Standard
Windows Server 2016 Standard Evaluation
Windows Server 2019 Datacenter Windows Server 2019 Essentials
Windows Server 2019 Standard Windows Server 2019 Standard Evaluation
Windows Server Datacenter
Windows Small Business Server 2011
Essentials
Windows Small Business Server 2011 Standard

Port access requirement

N-central Server

Access must be permitted to the following ports:

Supported operating systems for remote control

The availability of remote control connections will vary depending on the operating systems of both the client and target devices. The table below outlines the operating systems and their compatibility with various remote control types.


Licensing and Customer Support

Agent/Probe Installation Software

N-able N-central 2022.3 uses the 7-Zip file archiver for installing agents and probes. 7-Zip is free software redistributed under the terms of the GNU Lesser General Public License as published by the Free Software Foundation. For more information, see http://www.7-zip.org.

Customer Support

Contact N-able to activate your N-able N-central server.

Web Page: http://www.n-able.com
Technical Support SelfService Portal:https://success.n-able.com/
Phone:Toll Free (U.S./CAN): 1-866-302-4689

International: +800-6225-3000

Local: (613) 592-6676, select option 2 for support

Download release notes

For a PDF version of the latest release notes, or to view historical release notes, please use the following link:

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