Releases

Release: U-Move 2.6.1843 and U-Recover 3.401

U-Move 2.6.1843 and U-Recover 3.401 fix a compatibility issue with the January 2018 Microsoft security patch for the Meltdown and Spectre security vulnerabilities.

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Release: U-Move 2.6.1822

U-Move 2.6.1822 adds support for the Windows Server 2016 October 2017 Cumulative Update (14393.1794), fixes an issue with Windows Server 2016 Essentials that prevented user names from appearing in the WSE Dashboard, and improves the ability to recover AD on prior versions of Windows Server.

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Release: U-Move 2.6.1808 and U-Recover 3.356

U-Move 2.6.1808 and U-Recover 3.356 were released to add support for Windows 10 Creators Update.

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Release: U-Move 2.6.1807 and U-Recover 3.355

U-Move version 2.6.1807 and U-Recover 3.355 were released to add support for sending e-mail messages to Google Mail (Gmail) using encryption (STARTTLS).

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Announcing U-Move Version 2.6

U-Tools Software LLC is pleased to announce the release of U-Move Version 2.6 for Microsoft Active Directory. U-Move 2.6 adds awareness of the new virtualization and security features in Windows Server 2016. Secure Boot Trusted Protection Module (TPM) Virtual Secure Mode (VSM) Credential Guard Code Integrity Policy Hyper-V Containers Version 2.6 also improves robustness and adds additional documentation for previous versions of Windows Server (2012, 2008, 2003). All customers are encouraged to upgrade to this version. Note: In some AD recovery scenarios U-Move will prompt you to temporarily...

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Announcing U-Recover for Windows 10 Previous File Versions

U-Tools Software LLC is pleased to announce the release of U-Recover for Windows® Previous File Versions. U-Recover lets you create snapshots of your files in Windows 10 just like you did on Windows 7. What is a Volume Shadow Copy? A Volume Shadow Copy is a read-only snapshot that contains a frozen image of all of the files on your computer disk (for example, C:). The image, called a volume snapshot, represents the state of the disk at a particular point in time. If you delete or accidentally damage a file, you can recover the file in Windows Explorer using the volume snapshot. (In...

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