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Endpoint Protector Release History

Learn about the current and previous Endpoint Protector updates. Information regarding changes and enhancements is detailed in chronological order below.


Endpoint Protector 4 Appliance


New Features:

  • Newly added Endpoint Protector 4 Client for Linux: openSUSE 11.4 and Ubuntu 10.04 LTS
  • New Fail Over solution (Hardware Failure Management) – In case of a failure or abnormal termination of the Master Endpoint Protector Server an automatic transfer of control is performed to a redundant or standby Slave Endpoint Protector Server
  • New Hidden Icon Mode, making the Endpoint Protector Notifier invisible to the user (no icon and no notifications are displayed)
  • Separate detection of iPhone devices
  • Support for Czech Language


  • New Endpoint Protector Client version ( for 10.4 Mac (Tiger)
  • Updated Endpoint Protector Clients:
    • For Windows: version
    • For Mac (10.5+): version
    • For Mac (10.4): version
    • For Linux: version
  • Automatic disabling of File Tracing for newly installed clients
  • Read Only Rights are now also available for Internal Card Reader, PCMCIA, SATA Controller, ZIP Drive devices types
  • Increased usability in System Licensing Process
  • Enhanced Active Directory Import and Synchronization processes
  • Improved Log Backup and Statistic features
  • Restrict Administrator creation unless assigned to a Department
  • Restrict FTP Users to their Home directories
  • Improved general usability: adjustable screen resolution, language files etc.
  • Displayed supported Device Types for each operating system
  • Improved Overall Stability