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What's new in Switch 12 update 1?
The Heartbleed leak is fixed. To still give older clients (including connection via Connect)
the possibility to connect to Switch 12 update 1, we added a new preference to Switch.
Before you use this setting, please read this article in our knowledge base.
If you set the new preference "Allow older client applications to connect (less
secure)" to “Yes,” Switch uses the older SSL certifications for HTTPS communication
with Switch Client and Switch Designer.
This type of connection is less secure, but
required if you want to connect Switch Server to Switch Client versions older than Switch
12 update 1.
If this preference is set to “No” (default), Switch is only able to connect to Switch 12, update 1 Clients and higher, and uses the latest SSL certifications for HTTPS
communication with Switch Client and Switch Designer.
Problems while using the User Pane
When adding/removing/editing users in the User Pane and/or switching to the
When running large flows (each containing over 25 configurators/scripted tools) in
combination with a large amount of jobs being processed at the same time.
Problems with Script Executors
The problem is related to sub flows caching in ScriptExecutors. When the cache
reaches its limit and is cleared, Switch may crash.
Problems when updating Configurators via PackManager
Some older configurators were only shown if you enabled ‘show packs for non-installed
applications.’ These configurators did not have the option to be updated
when new versions were available.
Crashes in User pane
Crashes in Switch 12 Script Executors
Not possible to update some configurators via Pack Manager with Switch 12
Certain setups trigger a crash in case of extended encrypted communication. Userpane passwords, ODBC, LDAP preferences.
Network communication issues when using Switch 12 on Windows
When using Switch 12 on Windows (Windows Server 2008 R2 or Windows 7), you may
encounter problems with the network communication, resulting in a ‘Switch Designer
can’t connect to the Switch Service’ message in Switch and errors from other
applications installed on the system. This problem is due to changes made in Switch 12,
which trigger a known issue in Windows.
If you’re facing this problem, please check this article in our knowledge base on how to
solve it. There you can also find the link to the hotfix from Microsoft.
Mac: Intel processor only
Dual Core processor (Quad Core recommended)
Minimum 2GB of RAM (4GB recommended)
1024x768 screen resolution
Minimum 256MB of RAM (512MB recommended)
1024x768 screen resolution (1280 x 1024 recommended)
Minimum Dual Core processor
Minimum 2GB of RAM
Needs to be the same version as Switch Server
Supported operating systems
Microsoft® Windows® 7, Home Premium, Business or Ultimate Edition
(32-bit and 64-bit, running in 32-bit mode)
Microsoft® Windows® 8 + 8.1 Standard or Enterprise Edition (32-bit and 64-bit,
running in 32-bit mode)
Microsoft® Windows® 2008 Server R2 Standard or Enterprise Edition (64-bit, running
in 32-bit mode)
Microsoft® Windows® 2012 Server (64-bit, running in 32-bit mode)
Microsoft® Windows® 2012 Server R2 (64-bit, running in 32-bit mode)