New d7IIx v0.0.0.9 released! No time for the changes today, except that users updating to v0.0.0.9 from a previous version will be missing a new config file, used for altering the behavior of d7IIx Alpha TestBuild versions when troubleshooting various issues. Head over to the page linked below to get the new config file by itself […]
For d7II subscribers / IT Providers: Today we’ve released a new update for d7IIx Alpha, but also today we’re making the Alpha builds public to all d7II subscribers (a currently active d7II subscription is required.) This release contains no new features (in fact it IS d7II as far as existing functionality) yet it has been ported to […]
d7II News: Critical Update to Custom Apps for Emsisoft a2cmd on Friday Includes Batch File Tips, Custom Apps Configuration Mini-Tutorial Here, and Yes, We Are d7IIx Alpha Testing on the d7x Code Platform!
In Today’s News: Critical Update to Emsisoft a2cmd Help fix my customized a2cmd config! d7II Custom Apps: Configuration Options for Batch Files and Scripts Configuration Field Syntax Storage Locations (all additional files used with these settings) Today’s Batch File d7II Custom App Config Explained: Emsisoft a2cmd (All) Batch File as a Custom App Command Line Parameters/Arguments Passed […]
Some users in the UK have reported the error message “Error Number 2146697211 Resource not found” when running d7II, as our cloud server on d7ii.com is not accessible. It appears, but is unconfirmed, that British Telecom is blocking our cloud server on that domain. Servers on other domains appear unaffected. Changing your DNS servers to Google […]
Yesterday we announced unexpected server downtime and maintenance for a download server used by some of our applications, most notably our technician tools such as d7 and d7II. These issues came earlier in the week when our hosted server suddenly went offline for more than an hour in the night; although it appeared to recover we had […]
We’re currently undertaking some maintenance on our servers that host downloads and updates for some of our products. If you have noticed any issues since yesterday or through today, please have patience we are currently working out the problem and trying to improve performance at the same time. This should not effect any web content […]
Recent changes in JRT (an example custom app configuration distributed with d7II and the original d7 Premium) prompted a small but necessary fix in the 3rd Party Configs\JRT_Auto.cmd file which we use to manipulate the JRT.exe download/extraction and toi modify JRT’s GET.BAT file. This update will fix automation issues with JRT that since one of their […]
Ho, Ho, Ho! d7 Premium is now was FREE, get yours NOW before we come to our senses! [Sorry, we did! OFFER HAS EXPIRED] www.d7xtech.com/getd7 < – – – – TELL YOUR FRIENDS! Merry Christmas to EVERYONE! Also, just in case you already have d7 Premium and didn’t know about our upgrade offer, we […]
www.foolishtechshow.com oh, and I’ve just been informed that our KillEmAll announcement got out because saving a draft and making a post look about like, well, nevermind! THAT WAS A DRAFT (I was working on it, because it’s really ready.) more about that on the show! Looks like I forgot how to internet!
I’m SUPER excited to NOT announce the release of our new KillEmAll v5, which marks the very first d7x code to hit the market! This shoulda been a “save draft” 😉 But hey, that means I’m about to make the REAL announcement SOON… Find us for the skinny on www.foolishtechshow.com live right now!!!
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