- Improvements to Windows Update repairs for all versions of Windows including 10.
- Improvements to many other repairs for Windows 10 (specifically) including safe mode services, networking/winsock, defender/firewall, file associations, and more.
- Fixed an issue where changing configs in Config Mgmt Portal to an older d7II based config did not overwrite all existing config settings even after restarting d7x.
- New backup download routines will solve an issue with downloading ADWCleaner.
- Windows Update link (Internet Menu) now properly opens Windows Update on Windows 10.
Began custom apps system rewrite including:
- Implemented new config file formats allowing for easy expansion of new settings. All user-created custom apps will be converted to the new formats automatically.
- Now each custom app lives in its own directory, both in config areas and in .\3rd Party Tools
- Your existing downloaded custom apps WILL RE-DOWNLOAD to new locations with this update!
- Implemented new interface for configuring custom apps, which may be slightly more overwhelming, but is organized better and far more descriptive.
This update corrects an issue with the previous update and running an older d7x config from the d7xRDT. d7x v19.2.20 was not waiting to convert user-created custom apps which were not yet downloaded from an older d7x config by the d7xRDT, and therefore only default custom apps were present when d7xRDT was used with an older d7x config. This v19.2.21 update corrects that issue.
Corrects an issue with user created custom apps not being configured properly in the conversion process with respect to the download location of the custom app.
To resolve any issue in custom apps not functioning as expected, you can close d7x, then DELETE the entire .\d7x Resources\Config\Apps directory, then restart d7x (this will force a new conversion of your existing custom apps to the new system, with the proper setting for download location applied.)