ESET Endpoint Antivirus and ESET Endpoint Security version 5.0.2214 have been released and are available to download. Changelog: Added: Windows 8 Compatibility Added: Message indicating that a computer restart is needed when Device control is integrated into system Fix: Detection of Presentation Mode in Modern UI (former Metro UI) in Windows 8 Fix: HIPS module failed to load on some operating systems after installation Fix: Occasional crash of Windows 7 64-bit SP1 after integrating Device control Fix: Error "ekrn.exe - Unable to locate DLL" occurred when installing on Windows NT 4.0 SP6 Fix: Real-time file system protection not set automatically during installation in older versions when Enabled/Disabled NAP and Disabled "Display alerts” Fix: Not possible to create, edit or delete rules in Device control when operating system was restarted on Windows Server 2012 Fix: Program Component Update did not run on Windows NT 4.0 SP6 and Windows NT 4 Server Fix: Blue screen error (BSOD) appeared with previous versions of Personal firewall module Fix: Error occurred when Advanced Menu/User Interface/Menu Type is changed on Windows 8 Enterprise 32-bit and the change is applied Fix: The rule with low severity appeared in Log file for Device control Fix: Email plugin not integrated into Outlook 2013 on Windows 7 64-bit Fix: "Server not found" error message appeared when updating from second profile Fix: Rules Editor in Web control does not eliminate white spaces before actual string Fix: System restart after creating archive on removable device Fix: Problems when installing Adobe Photoshop CS6 into Sandboxie Fix: Ekrn.exe uses too much RAM Memory after several days of uptime Fix: Occasional problems updating virus database via ESET Remote Administrator Fix: Minor fixes in Rules Editor for Web control and Device control Changed: Removed unnecessary icons from Modern UI (former Metro UI) in Windows 8 Changed: Removed registry leftovers after uninstallation of the product Improvement: Overall stability Known Issues: ecmd.exe is not recognized as a trusted app. Solution: To run the ecmd.exe command line utility, click Yes in the Action Center dialog window. Blue screen error (BSOD) occurs when using version 1.1 Microsoft Windows Automated Installation Kit (AIK) to create an ISO image from SysRescue on Microsoft Windows Preinstallation Environment (WinPE). Solution: BSOD is caused by a bug in version 1.1 Microsoft Windows Automated Installation Kit. For more information or to download a copy, please visit the ESET Endpoint Security download page or contact your local reseller, distributor or ESET office.