PA Server Monitor 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.
Current Preview Release
Version 184.108.40.206 [March 25, 2020] is currently in testing.[.10] * Added some APC battery properties to the Inventory Collector
[.10] * Inventory Collector monitor can read SNMP values from InventoryList.txt
[.10] * IgnoreScriptErrors variable added to $mon for Powershell Execute Script
[.10] * Fixed rare problem where older state would show up in monitor status
[.33] * Added RENAME_USER_ACCESS command line to rename user access settings
[.33] * Updated Web Page Monitor to allow scripts between checks for extracting data from pages
[.33] * Fixed Bulk Config's Monitors: Delete Monitors to work on template-derived monitors
[.35] * Fixed some problems with database transfers
[.35] * Fixed race condition during template propagation where some monitors might get lost
[.36] * AD Login Monitor will throttle it's CPU usage better
[.36] * AD Login database writer is a bit more performant
[.38] * Fix for Ping Monitors getting behind
[.38] * Sneak peek at new Remote Desktop Gateway monitor
[.39] * Fix for Web Page Monitor regression bug from 220.127.116.11
Updates / Upgrades
PA Server Monitor 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 Server Monitor service's Run As account (from Settings or the Windows Services applet), but other than that no further configuration changes will be needed.