Release Date: 2018-01-16 Build-IDs: Service 126.96.36.1993, Client 188.8.131.525 Features Bugfixes Property Engine: Fixed a bug that caused the first dynamic property to be missing when using XML report format. This bug also affected the SETP Sender and the Syslog TCP File-Caching feature (%rawsyslogmsg% missing). You can download Free Trial Version of WinSyslog.
WinSyslog 14.3b Final (Build Service 184.108.40.2062/Client 220.127.116.115)
Release Date: 2018-01-11 Build-IDs: Service 18.104.22.1682, Client 22.214.171.1245 Features Bugfixes Property Engine: Fixed a bug related to the compressspace property replacer option that surfaced after recent stability changes. The bug stopped the option from working properly. You can download Free Trial Version of WinSyslog.
WinSyslog 14.3a Final (Build Service 126.96.36.1991/Client 188.8.131.525)
Release Date: 2017-10-11 Build-IDs: Service 184.108.40.2061, Client 220.127.116.115 Features Bugfixes Debug Output: Fixed misleading debug output of windows socket errors. Discard Action: Fixed an issue when the discard action was called (Only happened when debug logging was fully enabled). You can download Free Trial Version of WinSyslog.
WinSyslog 14.3 Released
Adiscon is proud to announce the 14.3 release of MonitorWare Agent. This release contains some minor but useful features. Most important the debug output format has been enhanced. The new configuration client contains a DebugLog Viewer which lets you load and analyze the debug log in real-time. It is even possible to filter debug output […]
WinSyslog 14.3 Final (Build Service 18.104.22.1680/Client 22.214.171.1245)
Release Date: 2017-09-19 Build-IDs: Service 126.96.36.1990, Client 188.8.131.525 Features Configuration Client: Added DebugLog Viewer utility which can be used to analyze and filter the service debug log. Configuration Reload: The random delay can now set up to 24 hours and does not affect the service control manager communication anymore. Send to Communication Port Action: Comport […]
WinSyslog 14.2 Released
Adiscon is proud to announce the 14.2 release of MonitorWare Agent. Besides some bugfixes (See Version History for details) a few new features have been added to this minor release. Most important is the ability to use regular expressions as compare operation when filtering properties. Properties can also be converted into IPv4 or IPv6 Addresses […]
WinSyslog 14.2 Final (Build Service 184.108.40.2065/Client 220.127.116.111)
Release Date: 2017-07-24 Build-IDs: Service 18.104.22.1685, Client 22.214.171.1241 Features SNMP Trap Receiver: Added support to print OCTET STRINGS with format hints. Format hints are now properly used using internal NET-SNMP functions. Support for encoding detection does not work for those SNMP Variables. Syslog Action: Added support to overwrite Syslog Priority/Facility File Action: Added option to […]
WinSyslog 14.1 Released
Adiscon is proud to announce the 14.1 release of MonitorWare Agent. WinSyslog is now able to reload it’s configuration automatically if enabled (Which is done by the configuration client automatically on first start). It is not necessary to restart the service manually anymore. Also there have been significant enhancements in the SNMP Trap Receiver handling […]
WinSyslog 14.1 Final (Build Service 126.96.36.1991/Client 188.8.131.526)
Release Date: 2017-03-27 Build-IDs: Service 184.108.40.2061, Client 220.127.116.116 Features Updated to OpenSSL 1.0.2k. Configuration Reload: This is a big new core feature allowing the service to reload itself automatically after a configuration changed has been detected. The feature can be turned off in General-General Options if this new behavior is not wanted. By default auto […]
WinSyslog 14.0 Released
Adiscon is proud to announce the 14.0 release of WinSyslog. WinSyslog now fully supports Windows Server 2016 and is ready to be used in the most demanding environments. For this, integration in enterprise-systems like SNMP has been greatly enhanced and simplified. Also, the latest RELP subsystem is now supported. As another highlight, internationalization has been […]