The add-in Lights-Out is now available for for Windows Server 2012 Essentials.
As well as being available for Microsoft’s latest server offering, Lights-Out is also available for Windows 7, 8 running as a "Home server" or standard Windows Server too.
Here is the change log for the WS2012e version:
- Official support for Windows Server 2012 Essentials – Windows Server 2012 Essentials is now officially supported by Lights-Out. Please have a look at the known issues!
- Official support for Windows 8 – Windows 8 is now officially supported by Lights-Out.
- New client context menu command for backup – This command performs a server wake-up, a backup and executes the action after backup with a single mouse click! That comes in handy if you want to run a backup after you finished your work.
Additional bug fixes:
- Fixed missing next calendar events for a task which spans midnight and runs every day
- Fixed high CPU load in client service if server is offline
- Fixed missing status for Apple Mac and mobile devices
- Fixed a problem with special characters in name of IP based devices
- Fixed a problem with identity mapping in Mac Agent
- Changed client standby action initiated from dashboard or Lights-Out Mobile App. Uses hibernation if configured as action after backup, standby otherwise.
- Changed network monitor to better handle pulsed transmission used for example by XBMC
- Changed uptime chart to suppress server if running 24/7 (Lights-Out configured to do nothing)
- Added official support for Window Server 2012 Essentials
- Added official support for Window 8
- Added official support for Apple Mac OS X 10.8 (Mountain Lion)
- Added better support for mobile devices in computer properties
- Added detection for WebDAV issues in Mac Agent and Lights-Out Mobile
- Added different product titles
- Added backup command to client context menu (this combines wake-up, backup and action after backup)
- Added backup command to command line client
- Added correct sorting to all columns in computer tab
- Added Polish translation
More details on Lights-Out are available from here.
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