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Bitdefender Endpoint Security Tools Version 6.6.10.142 Release Notes (Windows)

Release date:

Fast Ring: 2019.04.22

Slow Ring: 2019.04.23

important Important:
  • This version is for Windows 7 / Windows Server 2008 R2 and later.
  • During this update, the Microsoft Exchange Transport service will be stopped.
  • This version includes on slow ring all the improvements and fixes delivered with Bitdefender Endpoint Security Tools version 6.6.10.141, released on fast ring.

New Features and Improvements

  • Improved installation process through third party tools, by providing intermediary error codes in order to facilitate remediation or next steps action.
  • Added support for uninstalling the following incompatible software:
    • Symantec Cloud Endpoint 22.x
    • avast! Free Antivirus 19.x
    • FortiClient 6.x
    • AVG Antivirus Free 19.x

Resolved Issues

  • After updating to version 6.6.10.141, the product required system restart due to a driver incompatibility.
  • In certain conditions, Endpoint Protected Service failed to start on endpoints after upgrading from Windows 7 to Windows 10.
  • In some cases, the connection to the Exchange server failed on Windows 10 endpoints with Microsoft Outlook 2016 configured.
  • Sometimes, when Scan SSL option from Content Control was enabled, Internet Explorer displayed a security alert, blocking access to the webpages running on https.
  • Fixed several issues related to the Advanced Threat Control module:
    • High memory usage on Windows 10 Enterprise.
    • High CPU usage when using TS Controller application.
    • Slowdown when using Glovia 5.4 application.
  • The Content Control with Traffic Scan enabled blocked the MxControlCenter application from connecting to IP cameras.
  • The Content Control module prevented the access to GravityZone Control Center in Google Chrome and Internet Explorer browsers, when Scan SSL option was enabled.
  • The product did not successfully remove the Spanish version of Kaspersky Endpoint Security.

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