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 18.104.22.168 [September 19, 2019] is currently in testing.[.186] * Ping monitor will work around Windows internal DNS cache failure
[.193] * Fix for race condition when launching the PALowPriorityHelper application
[.202] * Fix for Default bandwidth alert minutes over threshold
[.202] * Increased SQLite memory usage limit
[.211] * Better GUID caching in the Active Directory Login and Event Log monitors
[.211] * More precise UCRT check
[.217] * Added optional HEIGHT and WIDTH parameters to the CREATE_CHART External API command
[.221] * Changed cipher list ordering for Weak cipher list so Windows 2003 can still connect
[.222] * Check socket state before making an SSL/TLS connection
[.237] * Address Resolver handles ISATAP IPv6 addresses
[.251] * Added vcredist-x86 for VS2012 for IPMI usage (thanks Thunderbyte!)
[.251] * Can use a remote login to the local Central Monitoring Service to get a full Local Console if: local Admin, admin rights in app, rights to top Servers/Devices group
[.251] * Can disable the local credential-less login
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.