Nuance AutoStore 7.0 SP5 Release Notes

February 6, 2018 — Version 7.0 SP5.  This AutoStore service pack includes and merges fixes since the release of AutoStore 7 SP4.

Contents

Introduction

Bug Fixes

Installation Notes

History

Known Issues

Legal Statements and Copyright

Trademarks

Introduction

The setup application is available through the Nuance download page.

What is included in this release

Your existing workflows should migrate to this version without modification.

Accompanying Releases

This release is accompanied by the separately released Device Registration Service 7.11 and the following compatible combined and unified DRS clients released with DRS 7.11 or earlier versions:

7.11
  • Nuance Epson Unified Client
  • Nuance Toshiba Unified Client
7.10
  • Nuance Unified Client for Samsung Smart UX
7.9
  • Nuance Unified Client for Toshiba v1.0
7.7
  • Equitrac Embedded for Samsung XOA-Web (Equitrac-only)
7.6
  • Nuance Unified Client for Ricoh Smart Operation Panel
7.5 or earlier
  • Nuance Combined Client for Konica Minolta
  • Nuance Combined Client for Ricoh
  • Nuance Unified Client for Samsung
  • Nuance Unified Client for Xerox

Bug Fixes

Installation Notes

This AutoStore service pack supports upgrading from previous AutoStore 7.0 versions.

Ensure that you have Microsoft .NET Framework 4.6 installed.

Perform the following steps to upgrade AutoStore:

History

AutoStore

Release 7.0 SP4

Release 7.0 SP3 Patch 1

Release 7.0 SP3 OPSDK Patch

Release 7.0 SP3

AutoStore 7.0 SP2 release 7.0.2.0 (09/26/2016)

AutoStore 7.0 SP1 release 7.0.1.11 (01/29/2016)

Known Issues

Components missing in AutoStore Process Designer running on Windows 2008 SP2 Server

Component installed by a software update is missing in AutoStore Process Designer

Trademarks

Nuance Communications, AutoStore, the AutoStore logo, are registered trademarks or trademarks of Nuance Communications, Inc. in the United States or other countries. All other names and trademarks referenced herein are trademarks of Nuance Communications or their respective owners. Designations used by third-party manufacturers and sellers to distinguish their products may be claimed as trademarks by those third parties.