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Columbia

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Two patches in one day! What's a hell, GFI!? Don't forget that Kerio Control is used in enterprises but not at home for beta tests!
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jassu

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Columbia wrote on Wed, 04 April 2018 18:35
Two patches in one day! What's a hell, GFI!? Don't forget that Kerio Control is used in enterprises but not at home for beta tests!


9.2.5 was nightly build bleeding edge? Or was it mean to be stable? Wtf...
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Cylosoft

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I can't speak for Kerio/GFI in any way. But it feels like it leaked out too soon. The release notes weren't initially out and this forum didn't have a post. It was a while before Kerio even acknowledged it. But with automatic updates setup on some firewalls they would have to run with it.
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Carly (GFI)

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9.2.5 Patch 3 is now available and fixes the issue with Patch 2 trying to upgrade. This latest patch rolls up the fixes since 9.2.5. Release notes.
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