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Barracuda RMM
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Use these files if you host your own Service Center. If you are a hosting provider, see Download Barracuda RMM - Hosting Provider.

Make sure you follow the correct process for your upgrade or new installation by following the steps we've outlined here. You can upgrade to Barracuda RMM 2023.1 from Barracuda RMM 12 SP6.

Thorough preparation is the key to any successful project on production servers.

Onsite Managers and Device Managers can no longer be updated through Service Center. Because of this, On Premise partners should ensure their Onsite Managers and Device Managers are 12 SP1 or higher before upgrading to 2023.1.

For this release of Barracuda RMM, Onsite Managers and Device Managers (Versions 12.2 - 2022.1) are updated to 2023.1. The update happens in the background, with no manual intervention required, starting 15 days after Service Center is upgraded to Barracuda RMM 2023.1 and is completed no more than 14 days after the OM and DM upgrade began.

Steps to Upgrade to 2023.1 - Self-hosted
Before you begin

First and most importantly, back up your database .

Take a moment to review:

Prerequisites
Microsoft ASP.NET Core is a new prerequisite for Service Center, and is available from https://dotnet.microsoft.com/en-us/download.

The Barracuda RMM installer will not allow you to proceed if you do not have the correct software configuration in place.

For example, the Barracuda RMM install engine will abort your upgrade if it determines that Windows SQL 2008 Service Pack 1 has not been applied.

If you are using a self-hosted version of Barracuda RMM, before upgrading to Barracuda RMM 10 or higher, it is highly recommended that you set the Max Degree of Parallelism setting in the SQL Server Properties window. Enabling this setting improves SQL performance during and after the upgrade.

To set the Max Degree of Parallelism setting, perform the following steps:

  1. In the SQL Server Properties window, click the Advanced page.
  2. In the Parallelism area, for the Max Degree of Parallelism setting, enter 1. By default, this is set to 0.

If you are manually upgrading an Onsite Manager installed to a SQL instance other than LPIMWOMEXPRESS, contact Support for assistance with moving your database to an instance using this name. Remote upgrades to Onsite Managers will continue to upgrade other instances without issue. 

Releases after Barracuda RMM 12 SP4 require .NET 4.6.0 or higher. If you don't have .NET 4.6.0 or higher installed, it will be installed as part of Barracuda RMM, which may require a restart. Please see “Reboot After Install” in the Barracuda RMM Setup Guide for details.

We invite you to assess your current infrastructure  against the recommendations for Barracuda RMM:

Download the Software

Back up your database  (if you haven't already done so).

Download the Barracuda RMM software:

After downloading the installation package, you ensure the zip file is not blocked by right-clicking the file, selecting Properties, and then selecting Unblock. Additionally, after extracting the files, you run the setup with elevated privileges, such as Run as Administrator.

You can upgrade to Barracuda RMM 2023.1 from Barracuda RMM 12 SP6. See Previous Versions of Barracuda RMM.

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