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Eric Newbauer

SANmp v.4.1 Released for OS X and Windows

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We're happy to announce that Version 4.1 of SANmp for Mac and Windows has been released to the public.

If you've never purchased SANmp/iSANmp, click here to download and try it free.

If you've already purchased SANmp/iSANmp, contact us to purchase the upgrade to v4. (If you purchased an EVO storage system after Oct. 31, 2011 you are eligible for free v4 upgrades. If you purchased SANmp or iSANmp after December 1, 2011 you are eligible for free v4 upgrades.)

Before installing, please note:

  • Before upgrading from any previous version of SANmp it is strongly recommended that you disconnect from the SAN and uninstall (with that version's uninstaller) any existing installations of SANmp.
  • The Client and Admin are now bundled into one installer. To install SANmp Admin, launch the SANmp installer and choose the Customize option. You'll be able to install Admin and Client at the same time with only one restart cycle.
  • If you are using SANmp to setup a new SAN, you will need to enable "Allow Unconverted SAN Volumes" in SANmp Admin to convert your disks.
  • Please review the readme.txt file and Help documents (in the installer) for more information about this new version.

New Features

  • Support for OS X Mountain Lion
  • Support for Windows 8 Enterprise
  • Support for Windows Server 2008 R2
  • New EVO-only mode (allows HASP-less SANmp Client with EVO v. or higher)


  • Fixed mount/unmount issues that occur only in 32-bit mode under OS X 10.7.4
  • Improvements to avoid "Disk ejected improperly" when unmounting volumes
  • Worked around a Windows bug that prevents copying from NAS share to SANmp volume in some circumstances
  • AUSV (Allow Unconverted SAN Volumes) is now enabled by default if SANmp Admin is installed

Known Issues

  • Direct copying from NAS to SANmp volume may fail on Windows 7 in a case when the volume converted on some other OS is mounted into a folder.
  • When Windows SANmp Client is logging into EVO mode and the user is forced to reset a password (or forced to create a strong password), SANmp will modify the password for the user on all drives available to this user, not just EVO drives.
  • There is an omission from the documentation: Windows 8 is not listed as a supported OS.

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