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ConnectWise Control 20.2

Timothy Huynh 3 months ago updated by Justin Shafer 4 days ago 7

20.2.29488 (2020-08-25)

Reported issues:

  • Session Manager check error
  • Unresponsive UI after a long period of inactivity
  • Memory leak
  • Service restarting itself
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Build: 20.2.29488

 

Issue Type Components Summary
Story-bug Mono Server

Mono server installer hangs and crashes on last step of Setup Wizard

Story-bug Mono Server

Mono server has issues restarting services

Story Installer, Linux, Mono Server, Server

Halt install when license does not work with version being installed (Linux)

Bug Mono Server

"Object must implement IConvertible" error when attempting to save database maintenance plan

Bug Mono Server

ASP.NET page directive "Assembly" does not correctly resolve paths for source files on Mono server

Bug Mono Server

Memory leak in Mono server

Bug Mono Server, Web Server Service

Missing intermediate certificate on Mono servers using SSL

When is the Control LINUX version going to get up to date with the Windows Version?? TIA

I have the same question, I think it has been almost a year since there was a release that is useable.

Same question here. I have been struggling for a year with only 50% uptime on Connectwise Control running on Linux. Might be time to seek out alternative solutions from other vendors.Looks like the Linux COnnectwise have given up on the Linux option.

It's not going to get updated to the windows version folks.  Matt already pretty much stated as much on an earlier thread....

@Wwarren we can always hope. I don't know what the engineering burden would be to get the versions in sync, but it does appear to be a good strategy if
1. you want to be known as a multi platform company
2. you want to offer alternatives in case, say, SSO stops your main product(s) from working
and so on...
Currently we are at a stalemate- I'm not putting any more money into my 6 licenses until CW make a public commitment to Control Linux. 
I can run up open source alternatives that have better long term prospects for each of the platforms I support, but ultimately I'd prefer to pay for something I'm already invested in. 
Cool projects get abandoned, I'm just surprised that Control has so much promise and is being left to die by beancounters

This is why I said no to automate. Control for Linux hasn't been that great the past year. Not stable at all.