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Update 3 for Browsium Ion Now Available

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Since the release of Ion in January of this year, we’ve remained committed to improving Ion’s compatibility with the web applications that our customers are running. Browsium Ion 2.0 Update 3, our third maintenance release, is now available. Update 3 is a full release of both the Ion Configuration Manager and Ion Client Add-on. Installation is seamless and quick, with no need to uninstall the previous version before installing Update 3. In addition, existing Ion project files will continue to work as is.

Ion 2.0 Update 3 (build number: 2.0.4544.22515) includes a variety of performance and reliability improvements, along with many new capabilities, including:

  • Support for network based license files, with UNC paths now supported for license file names and locations.
  • PAC file support enhancements, including improved Security Zone identification behavior with PAC files and a new design for PAC files set via Group Policy.
  • Added Security Zone information to context (right-click) menu so that content rendered by Ion displays the applied Security Zone (Internet, Local Intranet, Restricted Sites, Trusted Sites) in the Ion context menu.
  • Improved Error Reporting, including increased debugging information gathered during installations to assist with support and troubleshooting.

A complete list of improvements, with more information about installing and using Ion 2.0 Update 3, is available in the release notes.

If you’ve already purchased Ion, you can get Update 3 by re-downloading Ion from the original download link you received via email. You can also download the new software directly to use with your existing license key.

If you’re new to Ion and would like to learn more about the process we use for remediation, please check out our JumpStart Program web page.

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