AsyncOS 7.9.1-030 for Cisco Content Security Management Appliance

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Dear Cisco Customer,

Cisco is pleased to announce a new maintenance release of AsyncOS 7.9.0 for Management to a select group of customers . This release applies to all our Security Management Appliances (M-Series). This new release can be used to managed Email Security Appliances and Web Security Appliances.

Partial list of defects fixed in AsyncOS 7.9.1-030 for Management

  • Fixed: Loading a configuration file fails after resetting the appliance to the factory default or reverting to a previous release [Defect 85307]
  • Fixed: Proxy Server settings for upgrade server are incorrect when selected in CLI [Defect  85724]
  • Fixed: Delay in importing reporting archives from Email Security appliances [Defect 87072]
  • Fixed: resourceConservationMode SNMP trap is missing [Defect 69125]
  • Fixed: Client applications with user agent Firefox 10.x erroneously match Identity Policies configured for Firefox 1.x [Defect 84563]
  • Fixed: Search for “Internal Sender IP Address” does not work [Defect 85235 ]

For further information about this release, please refer to the AsyncOS Release Notes. The release notes are available on at the following URL:

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How to Upgrade

Prior to upgrading to these releases, please read the Release Notes referenced above and save a copy of the configuration file somewhere other than on your appliance.

Once you have read the Release Notes you may log into the command line of your IronPort Appliance as the 'admin' user, and type 'upgrade', or use the WebUI upgrade functionality in the 'System Administration' tab.
You may upgrade directly to the highest version available in the displayed list.

**NOTE** It is important that you follow the upgrade instructions available in the Release Notes. If you do attempt to upgrade and do not see the desired release version available, your appliance is likely not on a version allowed to upgrade directly. See 'Upgrade Paths' below.

Upgrade Paths

Please refer to the Release Notes for qualified upgrade paths.
If your systems are on any other AsyncOS release, you will need to perform multiple upgrades as specified in the release notes. Only the immediate next step in the upgrade path will be shown to you, with the next revision being shown once you are at the approved level.

Release Stage

First Customer Ship (FCS): This release has been fully qualified for production usage by Cisco Email Security Appliances. It has been extensively tested for functionality and stability, including tests in production by our Beta Program customers. Following a staged release process, we offer select customers the chance to benefit from new features and enhancements as early adopters.

Thank you for choosing Cisco  Security Products.

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