If you downloaded NTA 2.2 before October 4th, 2007, then you should install this update. It resolves a number of issues listed below. If you downloaded after this date, the hotfix was automatically applied at the end of your install.
This update resolves the following issues:- Fixes an issue with the interface name being shown instead of the interface description in the NetFlow Sources resource
- Fixes an issue with using SQL 2000 after installing a previous hotfix
- Fixes an issue where the NetFlow Summary View reports an error related to "NetFlowSummaryViewID not found"
- Fixes an issue with displaying the Unique Visitors chart on x64 web servers
- Fixes the display of data on the Web Console in locations using regional settings other than
the United States.
Note: If you want to use the date-time settings for your region, you must edit the
web.config file located in C:\Inetpub\SolarWinds, by default. For example,
insert the following line after the <system.web> element to display the date-time
setting in the UK format: <globalization culture="en-GB" uiCulture="en-GB"/>.
For more information, see http://msdn2.microsoft.com/en-us/library/bz9tc508.aspx.
- Fixes an issue where NetFlow resources were listed in the order they were added,
instead of alphabetical order
- Supports installation on 64-bit operating systems
- Fixes an issue with including NetFlow Resources on Orion Node Details and Interface Details views
- Fixes errors in traffic calculations
- Fixes upgrade issues in which existing data in the database caused errors on the website
- Fixes the display of conversation charts
- Fixes the display of unique visitors charts
- Fixes the display of IP Address Groups charts
- Fixes the display of the x-axis of Total Bytes Transferred charts
- Fixes an issue with editing the Hostname of an endpoint
This update requires Orion NetFlow Traffic Analyzer version 2.2.
The following files, using the default installation path, are
updated during the installation of the hotfix:
For more information, contact Technical Support