September 11, 2014
When reinstalling the anti-virus, users can now clearly define the security settings and retain the previous configuration, if desired.
Furthermore, when being installed on a machine running CAS MS Exchange 2013 SP1, Dr.Web will notify the user that only the anti-spam agent will be installed.
In addition, Dr.Web can no longer be installed on machines running Windows Server 2003 (x64) as it is no longer supported.
The update also delivers French language support for the web-console and help.
The following issues have been resolved: Transport agent installation issues related to particular MS Exchange server roles (Edge Transport Server MS Exchange 2013 SP1, Client Access Server MS Exchange 2013 SP1, and the Edge Transport Server MS Exchange 2010); A defect involving the reinstallation of Dr.Web when saved settings and a new administrator login and password are used; A defect causing the incorrect plugin size to be displayed on the “Add and remove program” list.
To use the updated version of Dr.Web for MS Exchange, users will need to install the updated version over the existing installation. After reinstalling the product, a server reboot will also be necessary.
More update information can be found in the Release notes.
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