Have you ever wondered why Remote Desktop Manager sometimes asks you to upgrade the database – and other times it doesn’t? Well, the question crossed my mind the last time I was prompted to upgrade, so I did some digging, and here’s the simple answer.
A database upgrade – which affects your advanced data sources (SQL Server, MySQL, MariaDB, etc.) – is typically required when updating to a new version of Remote Desktop Manager (e.g. from v11 to v12). And on occasion, it’s necessary when updating to a sub-version (e.g. v11.1 to v11.2).
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