General Compatibility Information
Each release of the Cisco Content Security Management Appliance (SMA) is compatible several releases of the Web Security appliance (WSA).
A feature is supported on the Security Management appliance only when it is supported on the associated Web Security appliance. However, see Support for Cloud Web Security Connector.
If an older Security Management appliance release manages supported newer Web Security appliance releases, it generally does not support the new features that are available on those newer-release managed appliances.
The compatibility tables below assume that you have the latest build for each version. For example, if 7.9.0-201 is the latest build for version 7.9.0, you should have build 201, not build 107. This applies to Security Management appliances and associated Web Security releases.
Compatibility With Virtual Appliances
The management appliance does not distinguish between managed appliances that run on physical hardware) and those that are virtual appliances.
Compatibility with Secure Web Appliance (formerly known as Web Security Appliances)
End-of-Life and End-of-Sale AsyncOS releases of Secure Web Appliance (formerly known as, Web Security Appliance) are no longer part of this document.
For all related information, see the
End-of-Life and End-of-Sale Notices.
For additional information about your release of AsyncOS for Cisco Content Security Management, see the Release Notes at
For compatibility information of Cisco Secure Email and Web Manager with Secure Email Gateway, see here.
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