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- July 19, 2023
Automation Workshop v7.1.0 has rolled out an array of feature enhancements. The Lookup Text Action now boasts 7 distinct comparing options, offering new methods of reverse matching types. The FTP & Cloud Connection Actions support proxy servers with customizable settings. The Send Email Action has been fortified with enhanced input validation, facilitating reliable multi-mask attachment processing. Alongside, a convenient multi-copy feature has been introduced, enabling efficient Action management across workflows. View release notes for more information.
- May 25, 2023
Automation Workshop v7.0.0 introduces 8 new Actions to manage apps and services. Ensures highest performance of applications by pinning them to specific CPU (supports high-performance systems with 64+ logical processors and multiple NUMA nodes). Optimized memory usage and enhanced functionality for all FTP & Cloud Actions. After carefully listening to our users, we have carried out numerous improvements and fixes to further enhance Automation Workshop.
- January 27, 2023
Automation Workshop v6.5.0 introduces 2 new Triggers and 5 Actions to effortlessly monitor and interact with services, kernel and file system drivers, applications, and background processes. Minor bug fixes and enhancements, and numerous UI & UX improvements across the entire automation suite.
- September 16, 2022
Automation Workshop v6.2.1 fixes a minor Variable Wizard UI issue—prevents a false error message for date presets.
- September 15, 2022
Automation Workshop v6.2.0 introduces 4 new Actions—Change Default Printer, Lookup Text, Enclosed Text, and Append to Variable. Numerous improvements and new features for the Queue Manager, Task properties, and Variable Wizard—quick in-place value adjustments, access to web content (full HTML or auto-converted to plain text), character groups with special symbols, freeform text, UNIX epoch time, and much more…
- June 21, 2022
Automation Workshop v6.1.0 introduces 3 new Actions—to synchronize files on local / mapped drives, shared, or UNC folders; to directly manipulate global variables within any Task; to execute remote FTP commands. Minor bug fixes. Quite a few UI and UX improvements—related Action highlighting, Remote Operations Manager and Remote Deployment enhancements, Queue Manager estimated time remaining and dynamic finished Task grouping, and forced real-time queue status to recover from network congestion. More minor improvements.
- May 18, 2022
Automation Workshop v6.0.0 introduces the Remote Manager—empowers you to orchestrate multiple Automation Workshop instances, provides simple one-click Task distribution & management, and offers a wide range of Remote Management Tools. Global Variables Manager simplifies complex workflow management in a large infrastructure. New API features extend and provide api-like functionality for fully automated Task management. Numerous new features and improvements—new Schedule Policy, quick Search menu, boosted Service performance, easily maintainable Task stats, and countless UI & UX enhancements.
- January 5, 2022
The Command Line Email update to version 8.0 features emoji support (converts text-based emoticons into Unicode smileys). Fixed re-connection issue for pure TLS/SSL connections. Many output adjustments for the default, help, and debug layouts. Full compatibility with Windows 11 and Windows Server 2022. View release notes for more information.
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Older Windows versions (such as Windows 8 and Server 2008) are not "officially" supported but should still work remarkably well. The underlying architecture of Windows is evolving and our apps are crafted to be backward and forward compatible.