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4 minutes ago, exile360 said:

Some info regarding the new CU have been posted here.  It provides some details about what has been fixed in the release and an overview of some of the changes.

I saw that earlier but the Beta site has more information but I am not clear on the current status.

Jim 

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There weren't any changes between the beta and the release (hence the same version number rather than it being called 1.0.392+) so whatever was true of the beta is true of the final release version.  This also means that anyone who installed the beta need not worry about having to install any new final build of the CU as they already have the final bits installed.

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They don't need to go to the beta forum for info.  The info in the post pinned in this forum should be sufficient, and in reality most users don't even come to the forums anyway and would probably contact Support if they're really curious or just check the site, though unfortunately the site only includes info on major releases, not CUs.  The fact is that most users won't even be aware of CU releases since they install silently and automatically just like database updates, so the only indication that one has been installed is the changing of the version info in the About sub-tab.  It would be nice if the Changes.txt file would get an update whenever a new CU is published, but given the fact that these are basically just patch releases, it's somewhat understandable, but maybe a revised version with both the changes from 3.5.1 as well as any current/released CUs in their own sections in the text wouldn't be a bad idea.  I'll suggest it to the team.

From what I know of 1.0.391 so far, it's really a mixed bag.  While it did correct some of the known issues with 3.5.1, it wasn't able to address all of them.  The BSOD issues are still happening, as are the issues where some third party apps fail to update when Web Protection is active and there's also a startup issue some users are experiencing where protection doesn't load on boot and another where the tray fails to load on boot.  I suspect we'll be seeing at least one more CU in the near future to address these problems, but at least some of the issues from the last release have been resolved.

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