October 21, 2014
Redundancy Master Version 188.8.131.52 Released - (Download Version 184.108.40.206 here)
February 29, 2012
RedundancyMaster Version 220.127.116.11 Released - (Download Version 18.104.22.168 here)
- Fixed an issue where the install failed to detect the previous version which resulted in two installed versions of the product.
- Fixed an install issue where the legacy project file was not properly migrated to the new version on an upgrade.
February 21, 2012
RedundancyMaster Version 22.214.171.124 Released - (Download Version 126.96.36.199 here)
- Initial release of Version 2 Redundancy Master with a stand-alone License Management Utility with enhanced Hardware Key support
- Note for Existing License Holders:
- If you currently have a license for Redundancy Master V1.x, the current version is NOT a free upgrade, and will require an upgrade license purchase. Please click here for further details.
November 3, 2005
RedundancyMaster Version 1.10.54 Released - (Download Legacy Version here)
- Added the ability to alias a server's ProgID, so that we can provide redundancy to multiple pairs of servers with the same ProgID.
- RedundancyMaster will now send IOPCShutdown notifications on behalf of all OPC servers when the application is terminated by an end-user.
- RedundancyMaster is now automatically re-registered everytime the application is started.
- Fixed a hole where you could get access to other RM functionality while anyone of our browse windows was displayed (machine, server, or item browse windows). The ability to do this caused some recursive behavior that we never expected to occur (i.e., invoke multiple child windows at the same time, each competing to bring itself to the foreground and resulting in window flickering).
- Fixed crash that could occur when 'X'ing out the OPC server browse window. Made same changes to machine and item browser since this too could potentially exhibit the same behavior.
- Fixed issue with properly updating DCOM configuration when uninstalling as a service.
- Modified browse filter to use “*” rather than a null string. Some servers do not return all leaves when sending a null string.
- Fixed crash that occurred when sending an e-mail notification to an SMTP address that specified a DNS name which contained ‘dots’ in the name. The application was treating this as an IP address which resulted in a runtime crash.
- Fixed server browse paint issue if a server returns leaves with no fully qualified item ID.