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Add-In: Lights-Out v1.6.0 Build 2375

Lights-Out Website

Lights-Out version 1.6.0 has been released with full Windows 10 support.

The add-in from Green-IT now supports Windows 10 as client on Windows Server Essentials as well as on desktop server operating systems, and also has the following bug fixes too:

  • Overflow issue if more than 10 network cards are in use
  • Tooltips longer as 64 characters
  • Service stops under high CPU load

Here is the full change log for version 1.6.0 Build 2375

Lights-Out for Windows Home Server 2011 and Windows Server Essentials 2012 (R2)

  • Fixed: Overflow issue if clients has 10 or more network interfaces
  • Fixed: Tooltip exceeds 64 characters on localized versions
  • Fixed: Service dies under high CPU load (e.g. running Blender)
  • Fixed: Problems with Lights-Out client UI and connected standby (e.g. Surface 3 Pro)
  • Fixed: Automatic wake-up after network change
  • Fixed: Webservice not working under low memory condition on server
  • Added: Workaround for unsupported MAC OS X 10.10 (Yosemite) on WHS/WSE
  • Added: Support for Windows 10
  • Added: Support for Windows Server Technical Preview 2 (2016)
  • Added: New icon set for Windows Server Essentials 2012 (R2)

Known issues

  • Resizing the Dashboard to the smallest possible window size creates a distorted Status sub-tab. Workaround: resize the Dashboard
  • You can’t load an existing Windows Home Server v1 Lights-Out license into this version. Lights-Out for Windows Server 2012 (R2) Essentials, Small Business Server 2011 Essentials and Storage Server 2008 R2 Essentials or Windows Home Server 2011 requires a new license file.
  • Client GUI application is not started automatically after first client push installation. Workaround: Run via Start->All Programs->Startup, Lights-Out Client or log off and log on again.

More details are available from their new web site here.

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