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Several of my programs have started to exhibit a problem.  The auto update function fails with an error (see below).  Downloading the updates and installing them manually works fine.

I was just wondering if this is the same problem as was reported by another user in the following thread:

I can't really test to see if disabling ransomware protection helps until I get another program that needs updating.

Thanks
Bil

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Yes, it's certainly possible.  If you would, please provide logs so that the Developers and Support guys can take a look if they need to:

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Hi @BillH99999 - I believe this is related to an issue with our Anti-Ransomware component which was previously reported and which we've fixed in our next release. The exact date of that release is yet to be determined but it should be soon.

For now, all you should need to do is temporarily disable the Ransomware Protection during a 3rd party application upgrade.

See:

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@tetonbob

Thanks for getting back to me.  I'll do a test next time I have a program that does an auto update and see if that works for me.

Bill

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Hello again Bill.

This issue should be fixed in our beta that was just released. You can download the beta by going to Settings -> Applications and toggling on the beta option. After a little while, you should get the beta version which is Component Package 1.0.390 and this should hopefully resolve the issue. Please let us know.

If you don't want to try the beta, the full release should be out soon based on feedback from beta users.

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This fix is now live in Component package version 1.0.391

This will, as always, be released in a metered fashion. If you don't want to wait for the component package to come down automatically, you can use the "Install Application Updates" button on the Settings > Application tab.

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Just to let you know, with 1.0.391 I was able to update the same program that was causing this error so it looks like the latest component package fixed the problem.

Thanks!
Bill

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