I am planning to upgrade our remaining 7-mode systems from 8.2.4P4 to 8.2.5P1D9 within the next few weeks. I rely on "Invoke-NaSsh" for quite a few PowerShell scripts that run on our 7-mode systems. As long as I have upgraded to PowerShell Toolkit 4.5 (which I have), should I experience any problems with "Invoke-NaSsh" after I upgrade?
Thanks @JGPSHNTAP! I'm simply choosing the most recent release that's available online, which is currently 8.2.5P1D9. I just assumed it made sense to install whatever fixes are in the latest D release within the latest P release. Would like to hear your thoughts/recommendations.
I'm actually hoping P2 is out before I do the upgrade as I'd rather install that version.
I wasn't aware that D releases are publicly released. I can try to find out when P2 will be released. But P1, should be fine. This is really the final 7-mode release family and 8.2.5 was released primary for the SSL/TLS bug issue and the option to disable SMB 1
Thanks @JGPSHNTAP. I stumbled across D releases somewhat. I routinely just change the URL of the current P release of different software packages to see if a new P release is there. Once I tried doing the same with D releases and was surprised to see that they are all there as well.
I would love to know when P2 is coming out. As I said I'd prefer to do that version anyway. I'm hoping this will be the last round of 7-mode upgrades I ever do. These are for six 2220s in remote offices that we've not transitioned to cdot yet.