GFI product upgrades made easy.

Updating your software solutions to the latest version provides a safer, issue-free and smooth-running experience.

With the GFI Upgrade center, you can discover how easy it is to upgrade to the latest versions. Simply choose your current GFI product and version from the dropdowns below and let this upgrade center guide you through your upgrade experience.

Choose Product...
  • GFI Archiver
  • GFI EndPointSecurity
  • GFI EventsManager
  • GFI FaxMaker
  • GFI LanGuard
  • GFI MailEssentials
  • GFI OneGuard
  • GFI WebMonitor
  • Kerio Control
  • Kerio Operator
Choose Version...
Where can I find my product version?
  • Earlier versions
  • 4
  • 7.x
  • 1.1.3 and older
  • 2012 SR1 (v12)
  • 2012
  • 2012 (v5)
  • 1.2.0 and newer
  • 2013 (v8)
  • 2012
  • 2013 (v13)
  • 8.x
  • 2013
  • 2013 (v6) - Latest Build
  • 2013 (v16)
  • 2014 (v10)
  • 2014
  • 2014
  • 2014 (v17)
  • 2015 (v9)
  • 2015
  • 2015 (v11)
  • 2015
  • 10
  • 9.0.x
  • 20
  • 2015 (v18)
  • 12 (Build 20151222)
  • 12
  • 9.1 and newer
  • 12.1 - Latest Build
  • 12.1 - Latest Build
  • 1.0.20170228
  • 1.0.20170314
  • 13.2 - Latest Build
  • 9.2.2 - Latest Build
  • 20.3 - Latest Build
  • 2.5.4 - Latest Build
  • 1.0.20170331 - Latest Build
  • 10.1 build 20170516 - Latest Build
  • 19 - Latest Build

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Frequently Asked Questions

Here we have collected a number of questions that, we have been asked by a number of GFI Customers.

Which GFI product am I licensed to use?

All of GFI’s products will provide some notification if you are outside of the licensing period. Launch the GFI Product that is installed within your infrastructure and see if you are provided any licensing notification information. You may also go to the General Settings or Configuration screens for details about licensing.
If you do not know whether you have a GFI product installed within your server, we recommend that you launch the Microsoft Windows control panel and select Programs and Features option. Review the displayed list for any of GFI’s products. Repeat this process on all of the computers where you want to discover if there is a GFI product installed.
Alternatively, you can install a trial version of GFI LanGuard and scan your entire network using the Software Audit scanning profile.

Which product version do I have?

Product versions are provided within the application. Version information is displayed in the product splash screen and within the General Settings or Configuration screens.

How is the build number different from the version number?

The build number is a type of a detailed version number that is used throughout the product’s internal development and testing process for version control purposes. This is different from the version number, which is a numerical reference of the product as released by GFI for general availability.
Within the Upgrade Centre you will only need the version number.

My product and version are not listed above. What do I do?

If you encounter any issues with the instructions listed in this Upgrade Centre, we recommend the following course of action. If you were able to follow the instructions and did not manage to upgrade the product, contact support for assistance. If you have found any difficulties in following the instructions themselves, first provide us with feedback on how we can provide a better service. Then contact support for assistance.

How do I know that a new product version has been released?

The Upgrade Center provides you the facility to subscribe to notifications that will advise you when a new upgrade is released. From this screen provide the product and version and click Check for upgrade. Next, provide your email address in the Upgrade Notification area.

Do upgrades require different system requirements than my currently installed version?

The answer to this question very much depends on the version that you are currently running. To discover if the system requirements changed, use the Upgrades Center to choose your current version of the GFI product in question. The upgrade center will show you changes to system requirements.

Will I lose all of my settings if I upgrade my product?

GFI takes great effort to ensure that all data is retained when products are upgraded. There are however instances where specific system features are deprecated. In this case, upgrading to a later version might mean that some features, settings or data collected might not be available anymore.
If such instances occur, you are notified in the Important Notes section. To access this section, from this screen provide the product and version and then click Check for Upgrade. The Important notes section is available in the next screen.

Access the product version and build number from the GFI Archiver home page.

Open the GFI EndPointSecurity management console and click the General tab. From the left pane, select Version Information.

Open the GFI EventsManager management console and click the General tab. From the left pane, select Version Information.

From the GFI FaxMaker Configuration, go to General > Version information and select Properties.

Launch the GFI LanGuard administration console and select the Configuration tab. Navigate to General > Version Information. The Version number is displayed in the right pane.

Load the GFI MailEssentials Configuration and navigate to GFI MailEssentials > About node. The version information is displayed in the right pane.

Fron the GFI OneGuard web-based administration console, go to ? tab and click About. The version number is shown in the About box.

Open the Settings screen and choose the Licensing node from the left pane. The Product Version is shown under General Product Information.

Open Kerio Control Administration interface and go to Dashboard. The version information is displayed in the System tile.

Open Kerio Operator Administration interface and go to Dashboard. The version information is displayed in the System tile.

Upgrades check for earlier versions not supported

If your version number is not listed here then you are probably using a very old version of the product and a direct upgrade to the latest version is not supported. Due to the number of architectural and specification changes between very old versions and the latest version, we recommend that you re-install a fresh installation of and re-configure it.

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