ETP Client version number convention

ETP Client uses the following convention for ETP Client version numbers:

major.minor.patch

where:
  • major is the number that’s associated with a major software upgrade. A release that changes this number includes new features or significant enhancements. These changes may alter ETP Client behavior or architecture. Typically, a major ETP desktop client is released first as a beta version for organizations to test before it’s generally available for deployment. For more information, see Software upgrades.
  • minor is the number that’s associated with a minor software release. A release that changes this number usually consists of minor features or enhancements For more information on how you can deploy a minor software upgrade, see Software upgrades.
  • patch is the number that’s associated with a software patch. A patch release usually addresses a major security vulnerability or resolves issues in ETP Client. As part of the desktop client configuration in ETP, you can choose to automatically deploy patches to ETP clients in your organization. For more information, see Security patches.