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[Cb Response] Announcing General Availability of 6.1.4 Windows Sensor

[Cb Response] Announcing General Availability of 6.1.4 Windows Sensor

[UPDATED 4/23/18 at 10:28AM (ET)]

An update has been provided to our UeX post around upcoming general availability of the 6.1.6 Windows sensor: Potential Stability Issue for 6.1.4 Windows Sensor.

[UPDATED 3/27/18 at 5:41PM (ET)]

An update has been provided to our UeX post around the 6.1.4-win issue: Potential Stability Issue for 6.1.4 Windows Sensor.

[UPDATED 3/23/18 at 7:30PM (ET)]

**Important Note** A small number of customers have reached out to support indicating that they have experienced a situation in which some hosts running 6.1.4 have become unresponsive after sensor upgrade. For more details see our UeX post here Potential Stability Issue for 6.1.4 Windows Sensor

[UPDATED 3/16/18 at 4:40PM (ET)]

Hello all,

Today, the Cb Response Team is announcing General Availability of the 6.1.4 Windows sensor for on-prem environments. This sensor release includes support for Windows 10 Ent LTSB (IoT), bug fixes and stability improvements.

For more details, please check out the release notes here:

It is always recommended that you adopt a phased roll-out of this sensor in-line with your organization's software deployment best practices.

**Please Note** Availability of the 6.1.4 Windows sensor for cloud environments is targeted for next Thursday (March 22nd). A UeX announcement will go out once the sensor is available.

Installing new sensors --- To install the sensors on to your server, run through the following instructions:

1) Ensure your yum repo is set appropriately

2) Run yum install --downloadonly --downloaddir=<local directory to download the package into> <package>

  • <package> is replaced by cb-sensor-6.1.4.80222-win

3) Run rpm -i --force <package downloaded>  (for example: cb-sensor-6.1.4.80222-win-noarch.rpm) Then:

  • On 6.x servers -- Run /usr/share/cb/cbcheck sensor-builds --update

Your new sensor should now be available via the console. If you have any issues, please contact Carbon Black Technical Support.

Thanks!

The Cb Response Team

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