What do the MetaAccess version numbers mean?

The version number scheme for the MetaAccess is given in four parts:
W.X.Y.Z

W: This represents the operating system supported: 7 is Windows, 10 is macOS, 14 is Linux
X: This represents the agent type: 0 or 2 or 4 or 6 is persistent/managed, 3 or 5 is on-demand
Y: This is the build number and increases with each release
Z: This is used to indicate testing status: 0 is official, 1 is beta, 2 is alpha

For example:
7.6.121.0 means (7) Windows, (6) Persistent, (121) Build 121, (0) Official Release

This article is only applicable to Windows/macOS/Linux agent version.

This article was last updated on 2017-09-27
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