Network Configuration Manager Upgrade Pack Download - Older Versions of Network Configuration Manager


How do I find my build number

From 5210 to 5300 Upgrade Pack 5210 to 5300
From 5200 to 5210 Upgrade Pack 5200 to 5210
From 5110 to 5200 Upgrade Pack 5110 to 5200
From 5100 to 5110 Upgrade Pack 5100 to 5110
From 5020 to 5100 Upgrade Pack 5020 to 5100
From 5010 to 5020 Upgrade Pack 5010 to 5020
From 5000 to 5010 Upgrade Pack 5000 to 5010
From 4300 to 5010 Contact to upgrade to Network Configuration Manager Build 5010
From 4210 to 4300 Upgrade Pack 4210 to 4300
From 4200 to 4210 Upgrade Pack 4200 to 4210
From 4100/4101 to 4200 Upgrade Pack 4100/4101 to 4200
From 4030 to 4100 Contact to upgrade to Network Configuration Manager Build 4100
From 4020 to 4030 Upgrade Pack 4020 to 4030 (.ppm)
From 4010 to 4020 Upgrade Pack 4010 to 4020 (.ppm)(2.6 MB)

Instructions to apply the Upgrade Pack

  • Shutdown the Network Configuration Manager Server, if running. If Network Configuration Manager is running as a service, shutdown the service
  • It is recommended to backup the whole <Network Configuration Manager> installation directory before applying the upgrade pack
  • The upgrade Pack is to be applied through a tool named UpdateManager bundled with Network Configuration Manager
  • Navigate to <DEVICEEXPERT_HOME>/bin directory and execute UpdateManager.bat or to start the Update Manager
  • Click Browse and select .ppm file that you downloaded
  • Click Install to install the upgrade pack. Wait until the upgrade pack is fully installed. [Normally, it takes a few minutes for PPM installation]
  • Click Close and then click Exit to exit the Update Manager tool
  • Start the Network Configuration Manager server / service

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How do I find out my Build number?

Log in to the Network Configuration Manager web interface, and click the About link in the top pane. You will find the build number mentioned below the version number. This is the build number of the currently installed Network Configuration Manager.