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ShawnL
Community Manager

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What's new with Mozy on Windows and Mac?

A couple new updates were released for the Windows and Mac client that I wanted to bring to your attention. Windows 10 users will want to update to version 2.32.6 which supports the newer versions of the operating system. 

 

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Windows (version 2.32.6)

 

New or Changed Features

 

  • Enhanced the backup software security (TLS 1.2).
  • Enhanced the backup software installation program to support the newer versions of Windows 10.

 

Mac (version 2.16.2)

 

Issues Fixed

 

  • Fixed a rare issue that caused errors because the backup software was waiting for communications from the data center.
  • Fixed a rare issue that caused the backup software to continue to retry sending updated file information to the data center when there was a problem, instead of only attempting to send the information a few times.

 

The latest version of the software can be found in the link below:

 

 

All past and future updates can be found in the link below for all Mozy operating system clients including Windows, Mac, and Linux, as well as for the Admin Console, Restore Manager, Sync and Mobile. I will be sure to alert you to any new updates as they are released in the Mozy community blog.

  

Thank you for stopping by and as always, should you have any questions please reach out to us through the Mozy Community by starting a new thread, posting a comment below, or feel free to reach out to support.
 
Thank you for using the Mozy community forums!

 

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ShawnL
Community Manager

(565)

For reference, all of our previous blogs and webinars can be found in the link below:

 

Mozy Blogs

 

Mozy Webinars

 

Enjoy!

JaredG
Moderator

(582)

Thanks for the update Shawn!  This will be great for anyone running into digitally signed driver errors and am very happy to see 2.32.6 released!

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ShawnL
Community Manager

(565)

Find our previous blog on updates for Mozy for Windows and Sync in the link below:

 

What's new with Mozy and Sync?

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ShawnL
Community Manager

(565)

We also had a recent release with the Linux client which has some new features and bug fixes. This information can be found in the link below:

 

What's new with Mozy and Linux?

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ShawnL
Community Manager

(565)

Just a quick update from our developers (for Windows only):

 

"You must restart the computer after installing this version for updates to take place."

 

Thanks!

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JaredG
Moderator

(582)

2.32.6 has been recently released, so if anyone runs into any problems then please let us know.

 

Thanks

ShawnL
Community Manager

(565)

To our current and future visitors, you are currently able to post on blogs without registering, however we are unable to see your account details or email you with an update about your question or comment without being registered in the community. Please consider registering for the Mozy community before posting on a blog, especially if you have an urgent question. Registration is easy and the steps can be found in the link below:

 

Mozy Community Registration

 

Once registered, we can more easily access your account and backup information which will allow us answer your questions more accurately. In addition, we can easily create a support or billing case for you should we need to take the issue out of the forums. 

 

Thank you for using the Mozy community!

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