18.3.3 ‘Voyager’ Released

Changes compared to 18.3.2

– Enhancement: Display (always-enabled) compression and deduplication status in Storage Vault property dialogs

– Enhancement: Display number of databases and backup mode in Microsoft SQL Server backup job reports

– Enhancement: Improve performance for loading the Comet Server web interface

– Enhancement: Rename backup types for Microsoft SQL Server, to clarify the behaviour

– Fix an issue that could cause resource starvation and hanging when using Azure Blob Storage as a storage type in Comet Server, by addressing the underlying issue

– Fix an issue that could occur when multiple program input streams have the same virtual filename

– Fix an issue with automatically logging in to the Comet Server web interface from other web systems

– Fix an issue with creating new custom Storage Vaults from the Comet Server web interface

– Fix an issue with “AddChild with empty path” error messages when selecting both a parent and child directory for backup

– Fix a cosmetic issue with exit codes during some types of Microsoft SQL Server backup errors

– Fix a cosmetic issue with some untranslated text when editing Microsoft SQL Server Storage Vaults in the Comet Server web interface

Changes compared to 18.3.2 also appearing in 18.2.2

– Fix an issue that could cause Comet Backup to crash when contacting an unresponsive Comet Server