Is it necessary that windows should be rebooted after SSH server 220.127.116.11 installation?
Below is a sentence from answer for another question: "However, as of version 6.1.3 (or newer) upgrades should not anymore require a reboot."
asked Sep 02 '10 at 12:35
When upgrading a maintenance release of SSH Tectia Server on Windows, usually no rebooting of the computer is needed. You need to check the release notes to see if the current Server release can be upgraded without reboot:
"Windows: Starting with release 6.1.4, SSH Tectia Server can be upgraded to a new version without rebooting the computer. This makes the upgrading procedure easier and faster. This will be the case if sshdap.dll has not been modified (and in 6.1.4 it has been modified)."
Unfortunately some times reboot is still required.
answered Sep 02 '10 at 13:29
If you are currently running a server which is of version 6.1.3 (or newer) upgrading to a newer version should not (typically) anymore require a reboot.
However a reboot is still required whenever performing a "clean" installation (where no previous version of Tectia Server was installed).
answered Sep 02 '10 at 13:31