The October 2019 Monthly Updates are now available

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The October 2019 Monthly Updates are now available

Updates are a combination of our Service Pack and Hotfix releases, rolled up into a single Monthly Update for each version, inclusive of recent bug fixes and put through the latest Windows Patch testing.


Each Update is a full installation just like the Initial Release – which can be used to upgrade to the latest Monthly Update from a previous version (don’t forget to read the upgrade notes). It can also be used to start a brand-new installation. The Resource Center describes how to upgrade a redundant system with no loss of service – search for ‘Upgrade Strategy’. Separate Server, ViewX Client and Web Server hosts can be upgraded independently.


To assure that your download of the ClearSCADA images are the correct and unmodified files, we include at the bottom of this email the hashes of the newly released files.


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Other Resources

Note that there is a discussion forum for ClearSCADA users at:


There is a board for ClearSCADA queries and also for scripts and tips.


Of course, if you are subscribed to ClearSCADA support then you can call the contact details within the ViewX About box for help. Find out more at:



The Future!

ClearSCADA is marketed and supported by Schneider Electric and developed by Aveva Group plc. We are committed to keeping ClearSCADA best in class for full featured remote SCADA, and appreciate your feedback through forums, our technical support teams and sales channels. We will be releasing exciting new features soon!


Best regards,


The ClearSCADA Team

ClearSCADA Product Team
Industry Business, Software
Schneider Electric






File Hashes


We are including these within this message as a separate source of verification which you can use to check that the downloads for ClearSCADA are correct. The SHA256 algorithm is used for ClearSCADA 2017 R2 onwards, with SHA1 used for previous releases. Use the command line ‘certUtil -hashfile pathToFileToCheck SHA256’ (or SHA1).





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