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Zdenek Samuel (Kerio)

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Hi all,

I am pleased to announce Kerio Control 9.2 is available for you to upgrade to. Kerio Control 9.2 brings improved performance capabilities, traffic filtering by country, advanced configuration settings for IPSec VPN tunnels and more.

A few highlights of the release include:
+ Geoip filtering - added possibility to block incoming connection based on country of origin
* Significant performance improvements
* x86-64 architecture - 64-bit CPU is now supported
* IPsec VPN tunnel ciphers can be configured in administration
* Login guessing protection is now enabled by default
* Changed closed/reset connection timeout
- backup option removed
- Fixed: VPN client prompts user to accept valid certificate
- Fixed: VPN client DNS issues when 2-Step verification was enabled but not performed

Refer to the release notes for a complete list of improvements.

Download Control 9.2.

Thank you,

[Updated on: Tue, 10 October 2017 18:38] by Moderator


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Dear Sir,

Since upgrade to Kerio Control 9.2.1 build 2019 on january 25th 2017 (Windows Server 2012 Hyper V), i am getting "Low free memory" error almost every 3 minutes.
The current memory is 1024 MB.

Daniel S.

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Hyper-V Virtual Appliance
Windows Server 2016
Windows Server 2012 R2
Windows Server 2012
Windows Server 2008 R2

CPU: 2 GHz
Memory: 2 GB RAM assigned to the virtual machine
Hard drive: 8 GB assigned HDD space for OS, product, logs and statistics data
Network interface: 2 assigned virtual network adapters

Ken Snyder

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Zdenek Samuel (Kerio) wrote on Tue, 24 January 2017 14:19

- Fixed: VPN client prompts user to accept valid certificate

I have an issue with the "VPN client prompts user to accept valid certificate", maybe you can help me in my topic

[Updated on: Mon, 30 January 2017 10:03]

A. Sarras

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Your Website states:
Support for hardware with 32-bit CPU will be removed in Kerio Control 9.3.

But my XEON-based Server gives me:
New version of product

A new version of product is available for download (not allowed to post links, ha!).
It will be automatically installed on 2/8/2017 10:45:29 AM

New version description: Kerio Control 9.2.1

followed by:
Automatic update to the new version failed.

Kerio Control was unable to automatically update to the new version.

Reason: This version of Kerio Control doesn't support your 32-bit hardware. Upgrade your hardware to 64-bit.

Care to explain? And thanks for pulling the rug from under me.

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Hi Zdenek

I am also having a problem with Low Memory. After a reboot it calms down again for a day and then it starts again.

I think there most be some memory leak going on here because I even tried to bump the memory to 4 Gb and still there is a problem with Low Memory. It may well be that the memory is not released correctly or gets corrupted.


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I still have problems with low memory. After rebooting it calmed down again for a day and then started again.

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I am a new member. What's in the new, please introduce me.

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I have a doubt, how good is the proxy in the kerio control and if it has any vulnerability, I was told that it had to do with the passwords.
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