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These are the release notes for Sophos Endpoint Security and Control 10.3 for Windows Recommended versions, managed by Sophos Enterprise Console or standalone.
This is because Sophos releases the software over a number of days, but publishes the release notes on the first day.Unquoted paths in the Sophos Anti-Virus 10.3.7 installer cause the installation, upgrade or uninstallation of Sophos Anti-Virus to fail on 64-bit versions of Windows.This happens if a file with a file name beginning with "program" is present in the root of the system drive.column in Sophos Enterprise Console after a major Sophos Auto Update upgrade on an endpoint and until the next endpoint update.This happens because not all of the old threat identity (IDE) files are being deleted on upgrade; they are then deleted during the next update.A "this page has been blocked" pop-up message is displayed for an allowed page that has links to a website blocked by category (for example, Facebook, when blocked under the Personals and Dating category).
If device control is enabled on a computer running VMware Tools and access to floppy disk drives is set to read-only, this message is repeatedly displayed on the desktop: "Access to device blocked by Sophos.Write access to controlled device type 'Floppy disk drives' blocked by the administrator". This happens because the VMware Tools service attempts to access the floppy drive every few seconds (and will continue to do so even if the floppy drive is no longer connected).button, not all of the Endpoint Security and Control components will be removed.We recommend that you upgrade to Endpoint Security and Control 10.3.15 before upgrading to Windows 10.For more information about removing Endpoint Security and Control, see knowledgebase article 12360. (The option works correctly in the native 64-bit version of Windows Explorer.) This is due to a missing Sophos registry key, that has not been migrated during the OS upgrade.To resolve this issue, re-protect the computers: in Enterprise Console, select the computers you want to re-protect, right-click, and then click After an upgrade from Windows 8.1 (either 64-bit or 32-bit) to Windows 10, if a computer is started in safe mode, the Sophos Anti-Virus service (SAVService.exe) fails to start.