Go-Global ออก PATCH 5

GraphOn แจ้งอัพเดท PATCH5 สำหรับ Windows Host 4.0.1 เวอรชั่นใหม่ (Version 4.0.1. 12187) โดยสามารถดาวน์โหลดได้ปกติที่เว็บ GraphOn Web site:


โดยเวอร์ชั่นใหม่นี้มีการปรับปรุงทั้ง Host และ Client โดยเฉพาะฝั่ง Client นั้น Go-Global แนะนำให้อัพเกรดเพื่อฟีเจอร์การทำงานที่ดีขึ้น

และด้านล่างคือ Release Note สำหรับเวอร์ชั่นนี้


                        GO-GLOBAL 4
                       Release Notes 
                       Version 4.0.1
                       March 30, 2012		   
    (c) GraphOn Corporation 1999-2012. All rights reserved.


Version Release Notes
1. Issues fixed since
2. Known Issues
3. Smart Card Support
Bug 12421/Case 28586
Only one instance of the DmView logon dialog will launch.

Bug 12332/Case 28168
Print spooler consumes 100% of memory.

Bug 12526/Case 28920
"Enumerate Printer DeviceNames" is very slow.

Bug 12524/Case 28747
Slow performance with printing in a .NET application.

Bug 12510/Case 28853 
Embedded Firefox plug-in does not resize correctly.

Bug 10649/Case 29392
Bug 12415/Case 28336
Slow to expand or collapse folders in tree views.

Bug 12647/Case 29572
Fields are drawn black in database application.

Bug 12212/Case 25628
Cannot reset password with iPad client when user account is in
a different domain than the host.

Bug 12263/Case 28119
Progress messages are not displayed when signing in to a host.

Bug 11712/Case 19195
Painting issues occur with multi-monitors when moving .NET 
applications between monitors.

Bug 11428
Intermittently the Support Request Wizard does not collect
the appropriate log files.

Bug 12641/Case 29521
Bug 12120/Case 26688
Saving files to a client drive is very slow in some 

Bug 12427/Case 28079
File in use is not detected for client files.

Bug 11923
The Print Spooler leaks handles.

Bug 12654/CASES 29594 and 29615
Start date is wrong for sessions in the Cluster Manager.

Bug 12645/CASE 29211
A form in a database application updates slowly when the 
client has multiple monitors. 

Bug 12655/CASE 29225
defrag and 'chkdsk /f' fail on GO-Global hosts.

Bug 12461/Case 28541
Process names are sometimes displayed incorrectly or not at 
all in the Cluster Manager.

Bug 12584 /CASES 29269
Painting issues since upgrading from Patch 3 to Patch 4.

Bug 12723
Areas of a specific application do not paint when you maximize and 
restore the application’s windows.


The ActiveX Control cannot be installed on a 64-bit GO-Global Host 
via the browser.

Encrypted PDF documents cannot be printed via the Universal Printer 

GO-Global does not support Windows Themes.

Client file and drives operations are slow over Internet and WAN 

The GO-Global Client cannot be run in Apple Safari on Windows.

On Japanese systems, the IME window may not display in the usual 

When explorer.exe is run in the background of the session, the 
session will take longer to start.

Bitdefender Antivirus is not supported on x86 GO-Global hosts.

F-Secure Antivirus is not supported on GO-Global hosts.

Avast Antivirus is not supported on GO-Global hosts. 

 3.  Smart Card Support

GO-Global provides experimental support for smart card document
signing and smart card authentication. These features are supported
on Windows clients only. They are fully functional, but they are not
intended to be enabled on production systems. 

These features are disabled by default and must be enabled via the
Cluster Manager after updating the host.

Known limitations for smart card support include the following:

The user is given the option to sign in with a user name and password
even if the Standard authentication option is disabled in the Cluster
Manager. A message on the Windows Security dialog indicates this.

No progress message is displayed while the user is being authenticated.

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