Who is this article for?
Incydr Professional and Enterprise, yes.
Incydr Basic and Advanced, no.
CrashPlan Cloud, no.
Other product plans, no.
CrashPlan for Small Business, no.
This page lists new features and bug fixes for the Code42 app used by the Incydr Professional and Enterprise product plans.
For Incydr Basic and Advanced, CrashPlan Cloud, and other plans, see Code42 app version 8.7 release notes.
Windows, Mac, and Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL) devices automatically upgrade on October 12, 2021, unless you have configured an agent upgrade delay. Ubuntu Linux devices remain on version 1.2.0.
- Added support for directing agent traffic through a named proxy.
- Improved logging by adding an app.log file, which provides additional device details to assist with troubleshooting.
- Added a Code42 console command-line option for increased agent logging to assist with troubleshooting.
- Added the option to block agent upgrades to a specific version. (This option is not visible by default. To enable version blocking, contact our Customer Champions for support).
- Added an optional second location to place the code42.deployment.properties file. The file can now also be placed in the application data folder, in addition to the system temp directory.
- Fixed an issue where agent logs were being overwritten after reaching the max size instead of "rolling over" to a new file. Now, older agent logs are preserved in a new file with .1 appended to the filename, and current activity continues to be logged in the original log file.
- Fixed an issue where the agent did not automatically restart on Mac devices under certain circumstances.
- On Macs, fixed an issue where uninstalling the agent did not properly remove the Code42-AAT folder from the Application Support directory.
- Fixed an issue where exfiltrated files were not available for download under certain circumstances.
- Other minor bug fixes and performance improvements.
User devices automatically upgrade on August 26, 2021, unless you have configured an agent upgrade delay.
- Security updates.
- Added support for Linux devices.
- Improved user detection script logging.
- Fixed an issue where the Windows MSI installer was not properly signed.
- Fixed a rare issue where Forensic Search incorrectly displayed a Download link for files not available to download.
- Numerous other minor bug fixes and improvements.