Skip to main content

Who is this article for?

Code42 for Enterprise
CrashPlan for Small Business

Code42 for Enterprise, yes.

CrashPlan for Small Business, yes.

Code42 Support

CrashPlan For Business Version

CrashPlan for Business version is a minor release that includes several enhancements and fixes. includes updates to the following components: Enterprise server CrashPlan PROe Cloud CrashPlan PRO Cloud There are no updates to the CrashPlan app.


Secure Delete

CrashPlan PROe feature - Secure delete enables customers in private cloud environments to permanently remove archives that have expired from cold storage in a way that meets Department of Defense requirements for data removal. Secure delete also minimizes data remanence on enterprise server hard drives that may be discarded or recycled by a third-party vendor. Administrators can choose from several secure delete options including triple pass of zeroes, ones, and random characters (default); single pass of zeroes; single pass of ones; or single pass of random characters. Full information is available in our Secure Delete article.

Control Alert Emails And Console Display

CrashPlan PROe feature - You can now choose to enable or disable whether administrator alerts are generated and either sent via email or displayed in the administration console under Alerts. In addition, Settings > Reporting has been renamed to Settings > Notifications to better reflect the settings contained on the page.

Multi-User Support For ArchiveResource API

CrashPlan PROe feature - The ArchiveResource API call now accepts a list of user ids, rather than only a single user id, to make scripting easier.


  • Corrected a number of display issues experienced when browsing the administration console using Internet Explorer 9.
  • Administrator backup reports now report only statistics on backup to cloud destinations. This corrects an issue with report summary calculations.
  • Pushing a device setting to all organizations (overriding org inheritance) now correctly updates only the setting that was pushed.
  • Default SSL cipher updated to RC4 to protect against "BEAST" attacks.
  • Backup archives that are in cold storage are now properly deleted when the archive expires in cases where "auto-start" backup is re-enabled after the archive is moved to cold storage.
  • Database stability improvements.
  • When viewing a long list of items in the administration console, selected items now remain selected when scrolling.
  • Comments in, used for creating installers for push installs, have been updated for accuracy and clarity.
  • Months in dates are now displayed in number form, rather than in word form.
  • Improvements to the sync process.
  • Was this article helpful?