Update to Version 5.2
The main product is supplied as a full standard installation package.
Integration with a Barracuda Message Archiver appliance requires Message Archiver firmware version 5.0 or above.
Upgrading to Version 5.2
In-place upgrade of existing installs is supported from PST Enterprise Version 5.1 only. To upgrade from earlier versions, you should uninstall the previous version before installing this new version, but you can retain your existing database and other data. For guidance on upgrading from earlier versions of PST Enterprise, see the notes at campus.barracuda.com/product/pstenterprise/article/PST/UpgradeFrom22/.
Installation of the main PST Enterprise product is now completed in a single process which automatically provisions and configures all required components. The previous pre-install process is no longer required.
The software regularly checks for software updates, and these are then downloaded in the background from Barracuda as they become available. Following authorization by the administrator, all components of the PST Enterprise implementation are automatically updated as required without further user intervention.
It is possible to use wildcards when creating client-specific configurations, which means that a single configuration can now be applied to a group of machines.
The PST Enterprise Client now supports the Click-to-Run versions of Microsoft Outlook 2013 and Outlook 2016 are now supported.
PST Enterprise is no longer supported on Windows Server 2008 (but it is still supported on Windows Server 2008 R2).
PST Enterprise version 22.214.171.1244 Update
PST Enterprise version 126.96.36.1994 update introduces the following changes since version 188.8.131.522:
- Determines Barracuda Cloud Archiving Service region for connection based on location.
PST Enterprise version 184.108.40.2062 Update
PST Enterprise version 220.127.116.112 update introduces the following changes since version 18.104.22.1687:
- The installer allows for service account and group selection in multiple domain environments.
- Evaluation licence generation supports environments where the registered organization and user are not set.
- Client security enhancements protecting against CRSF, clickjacking and login redirect vulnerabilities.
PST Enterprise version 22.214.171.1247 Update
PST Enterprise version 126.96.36.1997 update introduces the following changes since version 188.8.131.522:
- Improvements made to avoid authentication prompts for PST data stored on CIFS shares.
- Changes to handling of OST files during uncoupled PST processing for environments which force the use of Exchange cached mode.
- Windows integrated authentication is now supported on the PST Enterprise administration website. By default, Forms based authentication will still be used.
- Support option to skip installation steps where environmental security restrictions don't permit the installer to complete these actions.
Updating to Version 5.1
You must run the Pre-installation process prior to starting any installation or upgrade.
Integration with a Barracuda Message Archiver appliance requires Barracuda Message Archiver firmware version 5.0 or above.
Upgrade to Version 5.1
In-place upgrade of an existing installation is not supported in version 5.1. To upgrade from earlier versions, uninstall the previous version before installing this new version; you can retain your existing database and other data. For more information, see Upgrading PST Enterprise.
Version 5.1 New Features
Managing Corrupted PST Files
Barracuda PST Enterprise isolates and suspends processing on any corrupted PST files discovered until the problem is resolved. The Barracuda PST Enterprise console now includes a PST Health Status indicator enabling administrators to identify each of these corrupted PST files and take the appropriate action.
Version 5.1 Enhancements
Extended Platform Support
Barracuda PST Enterprise now supports Microsoft Outlook 2016.
Barracuda PST Enterprise enhanced to fully support PCs used by multiple users and ensures that only one instance of the Barracuda PST Enterprise client is running on a particular PC at any one time for each individual user session.
Existing MAPI Profiles
If a suitable MAPI profile for an account already exists, then that profile is used rather than creating a new one.
Diagnostic information within system log files is now grouped by individual PST file to improve troubleshooting.
To improve reliability, background housekeeping now runs as a Windows Server rather than as a Scheduled Task.