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PA File Sight Release Candidate

This page is where you can find our very latest release. Versions that make it to this page are considered solid and candidates for production release, but they haven't finished testing or received enough feedback yet. If we implement a feature or fix for you, we will typically send you to this page to try it out.

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Current Release

Version [September 23, 2021] is currently in testing.

[.3] * Added more diagnostic logging
[.8] * Fix for slow right-click on Devices nodes in the Console
[.8] * New self-signed certificates default to being sha256 signed instead of sha1
[.24] * Checking DLL signatures when loading
[.24] * Added new Monitors: Replace Actions Bulk Config command
[.25] * Fix for File Sight alerting on ignored files in some cases
[.25] * Added /AUTO_LOGIN Console command line option
[.30] * Configuration Audit report will be written to unique directory so it doesn't overwrite other similar reports
[.34] * Fix for very rare crash in the Console
[.34] * Handling File Sight monitors overlapping with different Interpret Application Behavior settings
[.40] * Fix for some non-English date parsing
[.48] * Added new Monitor Statuses custom group report part
[.50] * Fix for crash during configuration restore from disk
[.57] * Added auditing entries for moving computers to different groups, and running Bulk Config
[.59] * Console updates status icons in navigation panel better
[.70] * Updated to OpenSSL 1.1.1l
[.70] * Updated to libcurl 7.78.0
[.70] * Updated to libssh2 1.10.0
[.70] * System Details WMI calls will use packet level authentication
[.77] * Added Regular Expression support to Dynamic Server List and Inventory Alerter monitors
[.77] * New hourly System Audit event that the service/Satellite is running
[.84] * Logging a host ping if the database connection is reconnected

Updates / Upgrades

PA File Sight can be upgraded by simply installing the latest version on top of your existing installation. Your settings and databases will be upgraded as needed.

You might need to reset the PA File Sight service's Run As account (from Settings or the Windows Services applet), but other than that no further configuration changes will be needed.

I have been using PA Server Monitor for almost 8 years in some way, shape, or form. It's the best tool I've used.

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