Acronis Access Latest Releases


The latest official release versions of Acronis Access and Acronis Access Advanced are available here. All server installer downloads will require confirmation of ownership with your serial number.
Acronis Access and Acronis Access Advanced FAQ

activEcho & mobilEcho have become Acronis Access Advanced, combining the functionality of these two products into one comprehensive solution for secure access, sync and share. Acronis Access Advanced can be installed as a standard update on your existing mobilEcho/activEcho server. All prior licensed capabilities and server configuration will be maintained. Acronis Access servers are backwards compatible with mobilEcho and activEcho clients.

Owners of activEcho and mobilEcho can enable the full suite of Acronis Access features by contacting Acronis for a complimentary upgrade to Acronis Access.

PLEASE NOTE: If you are a current owner of Acronis Access 6.X or earlier, with a serial number beginning with “AA” your upgrade path to version 7 is Acronis Access Advanced 7. Acronis Access 7 is a new edition of the product for SMB business needing basic policy management and with less than 100 users.

Acronis Access & Acronis Access Advanced 7.2.0×400

Released November 17th, 2015

Server installer:

  • Enter your serial number on the next page to download the installer for the version of Acronis Access you own.
    Please see the ‘Known Issues’ section below if you are upgrading a server running Windows 2003 or have clients using Windows XP or Internet Explorer 8.
  • Beginning with version 7.2, the server installers are specific to 64 or 32 bit Windows. Please be sure to download the correct version for your Windows Server.
  • Acronis Access & Acronis Access Advanced Server [64-bit Installer - For Windows 2008, 2012, all editions] — Download – For 64-bit Windows Only
  • This version is only for Windows Server 2008 running on 32 bit systems:
  • Acronis Access Advanced Server [32-bit installer - For Windows Server 2008 32-bit] — Download – For 32-bit Windows Only
  • Acronis Access Client Installers – for all editions:

    Desktop sync clients:

    • Windows Client Installer (EXE) [For Windows XP, Vista, 7 & 8] — Download
    • Windows Client Installer (MSI) [For Windows XP, Vista, 7 & 8] — Download
    • Mac Client Installer (DMG) [For Mac OS X 10.6.8 or later] — Download

    Mobile clients – for both Access and Access Advanced:


    Acronis Access 7.2.0 (Released: November 17th, 2015)
    What’s new in Acronis Access Advanced 7.2.0 (includes notes on earlier releases)
    What’s new in Acronis Access 7.2.0 (includes notes on earlier releases)


    • Added the ability to view Office files, PDFs, text files and images directly within the Acronis Access web browser client without downloading. This feature is enabled by default upon upgrade and can be configured in a new “Web Previewer” section of the server “General Settings”.
    • Added the ability to give access to content management system data sources via the CMIS protocol. Acronis Access now includes a supported data source setting for Alfresco and a ‘Generic CMIS’ option. Documentum support will be included soon in a followup release.
    • A “Download Mobile Client” page that includes details on the available Acronis Access mobile apps has been added to the web user menu.
    • When sharing Sync & Share file download links, you may now restrict access to only those users the links are emailed to by the Access Server.
    • A new link properties dialog allows viewing the link URL, ‘Shared to’ users, access restrictions, and expiration settings of existing shared download links. These sharing settings can also be edited in this dialog.
    • New external users invited to Sync & Share files or folders will now be required to activate their Acronis Access account via an activation email link, before gaining access to their account.
    • When Acronis Access web client users are prompted with the option to sync a newly-shared folder, they will now be notified if they do not have any desktop sync clients registered.
    • Acronis Access mobile clients can now access Sync & Share data sources using certificate or Kerberos authentication.
    • Added new gateway server “Access Restrictions” option to allow or deny connections from Microsoft Intune managed Acronis Access iOS client apps.
    • Added new gateway server “Access Restrictions” option to allow or deny connections from Acronis Access iOS client apps managed by “iOS Managed App” functionality.
    • Access to the Acronis Access administration console can now be restricted to specific IP addresses or IP ranges.
    • Improved page load performance of the user “Log” page.
    • Improved email type ahead lookup performance.
    • The trial period for Acronis Access Server is now 30 days.
    • Added a gateway ‘Cluster Group’ configuration option to “Use alternate address for Access Server connections” for cases when the Acronis Access web server needs to connect to the Cluster Group using a different network address than mobile clients.
    • Acronis Access now preserves custom Tomcat ‘temp’ directory settings on upgrade.
    • Added support for TLSv1.2.
    • Updated PostgreSQL to version 9.4.4-3
    • Updated to Java to version 8u60


    • Fixed an issue where desktop client users could encounter a login failure when the Access Server is configured to “Force Legacy Polling Mode” for desktop clients.
    • Fixed an issue with unattended uninstall of the Acronis Access Windows Desktop client.
    • Fixed an issue that could cause an error during Acronis Access Windows Desktop client installation if the Window autorun registry key could not be found.
    • Fixed an issue where temporary files might not be deleted from the server if web client file uploads to network folders are canceled before completion.
    • Fixed an issue where the custom service account used to run the Acronis Access gateway server service would revert to ‘Local System’ after modifying settings in the Acronis Access Configuration Utility.
    • Fixed an issue where Single Sign On could fail if a user’s implicit and explicit user principal names (UPN) are different.
    • Fixed an issue where the Acronis Access web client UI would revert to IE8 mode for newer versions of Internet Explorer, if they have “compatibility mode” enabled.
    • Fixed an issue where auto-update of the Acronis Access Windows Desktop Sync Client could fail if the Windows language was set to French.
    • Fixed an issue where the Acronis Access Windows Desktop Sync Client could fail due to an incompatibility displaying notifications while the Photo Gallery screensaver was active on Windows 10.
    • Fixed an issue where configuring a shared file download link expiration limit of greater than days 999999 days would result in a web page error.
    • Fixed an issue where custom Tomcat web.xml settings for Single Sign On would not be preserved when the Acronis Access Server was upgraded.
    • Fixed an issue where Network Home Folders with very large numbers of items could appear empty for mobile clients.
    • Fixed an issue where the Acronis Access Windows Desktop Client could become stuck downloading a file if the client was stopped or computer was rebooted during download.

    Acronis Access 7.1.2 (Released: August 4th, 2015)
    What’s new in Acronis Access Advanced 7.1.2 (includes notes on earlier releases)
    What’s new in Acronis Access 7.1.2 (includes notes on earlier releases)


    • Users will now be notified in the web UI when their session is about to expire and be given the option extend it. If they do not, they will be automatically logged out.
    • Sync & share files which are deleted and have been purged from the repository will no longer be shown when “show deleted” is enabled.
    • There is now a setting available for filtering the file links that are displayed on the “Links” web page.
    • Users can now modify the days until expiration of a link from the link details dialog.
    • Users can now modify the public or private status of file links from the link details dialog.
    • Users can now modify the 1-time download setting for a link from the link details dialog. Note that if a multiple-use link is converted to a single-use download, only one additional download will be permitted of that file, not one download per user it was shared to.
    • When a multiple-use file link is shared to multiple users, each user will receive the same file link, not one unique link per user. This was done to improve the usability of the shared links dialogs.
    • Updated icons on mobile policies to reflect the features supported in the latest Android client app.
    • The Access Server API now offers an option to delete all content when deleting a user.
    • On initial sync, or if later added to the desktop client’s local sync folder, root local folders which have the same name as non-synced server-side folders shared to that user will now have their contents merged (and the folder will be enabled for sync) instead of uploading the local folder as a separate ‘conflict resolution’ folder.


    • A user will no longer receive an email that he no longer has access to a share if he has unsubscribed himself.
    • File links can now be shared without an expiration date, if the Access Server’s ‘Sharing Restrictions’ settings allow it.
    • A File link will no longer permit downloads if the user who shared the file link no longer has access to the file. This might happen if “User A” shared a link to a file in a shared folder owned by “User B”, and then “User B” later removed “User A” as a member of that shared folder.
    • If a user no longer has access to a folder, the file links shared from that folder will no longer be shown on the shared “Links” page.
    • If a file is moved from its original location, all shared links to that file will be automatically revoked.
    • Users who lose write access and thus ‘can invite other users’ access to a share will have all file links they shared in that folder revoked.
    • When a user connects to download a login-required file link shared with Access and uses SSO to authenticate, the user will be directed to the proper page after authenticating.
    • The SSO login link is no longer displayed on iOS devices and Windows phones.
    • SharePoint subpaths will now be resolved properly when added in the web client.
    • Scrolling is now enabled in the left sidebar if there are enough Network data sources to require it.
    • Improved text wrapping of footers in default email templates.
    • Self-provisioned folders can now be deleted successfully from mobile clients.
    • Improved word wrap in Korean language for Internet Explorer and Firefox.
    • Fixed an authentication issue preventing users without a UPN (User Principal Name) from authenticating from the mobile client.
    • Fixed an issue where users could encounter an error accessing files shared via a link if the file has a single quote in the name.
    • A new setting is available to specify the address the Access Server should use to contact Access Gateway cluster groups. By default, this value will be identical to the address for client connections.
    • Optimized memory usage on the Gateway Server when uploading thousands of files.
    • The desktop client will automatically reauthenticate with the Access Server when using SSO and syncing network content if the Kerberos ticket expires.
    • Fixed a problem where unnecessary conflict resolution files were created when opening and saving Acrobat files inside a desktop client sync folder.
    • Fixed a rare server-side issue that could cause some clients to incorrectly encounter errors connecting to the server.

    Acronis Access 7.1.1 (Released: July 8th, 2015)


    • Fixed an issue where some menu items on the Mac desktop clients were not properly localized for some languages.
    • Fixed a rare issue which could prevent the Access Server from successfully upgrading from older versions.
    • When selecting a file in the web UI that was shared with a link, a “Notifications” option will no longer appear in the righthand menu. This option does not apply to files shared by links.
    • Fixed an issue where clients authenticating with SSO would fail to be able to browse network nodes after their Kerberos ticket expired.

    Acronis Access 7.1.0 (Released: June 30th, 2015)


    • Acronis Access is now localized for Korean.
    • Acronis Access now supports integrated desktop authentication (single sign-on) for the web client and the Windows desktop client. When single sign-on is enabled, users who already authenticated to the domain when logging into their computer will not need to reenter their username and password to authenticate when logging into the web interface or in the Windows desktop client. Support for this feature in the Mac desktop sync client will be included in a subsequent update.
    • An option has been added to allow users to share file download links that expire after a single download.
    • Users can now configure shared Sync & Share folders to expire. After the expiration date, all members of the share will lose access to the shared folder.
    • New administrative options are available to limit the size and types of files that can be uploaded to Sync & Share. Administrators can enable these limits and specify the maximum file size and disallowed file types on the Sync & Share => Sharing Restrictions page of web administration.
    • A new “Links” page is available showing users all Sync & Share files they have shared with “Send link” or “Get link”. This list allows users to revoke access to these file links or navigate to the files in the Sync & Share hierarchy.
    • Users can now view a detailed list of the individual file links shared for a specific file, including to whom the link was sent, what the limitations of the link are, and when it expires. These individual links can be revoked.
    • Sync & Share files which have been shared with “Send link” or “Get link” will now have an icon next to them in the file and folder list. Clicking this icon will allow users to view and modify the details of the file’s shared links.
    • When a user is disabled, all their shared file links will be temporarily disabled. When a user is deleted, their shared file links will be disabled until their content is reassigned. When the user’s content is reassigned, the file links will be re-enabled and owned by the new owner of the content.
    • Administrators can configure a custom message to be displayed on the web login page. This message can be configured on the Settings => Web UI customization page.
    • The default user notification emails will now include a link to allow the user to unsubscribe from Sync & Share shared folder notification emails.
    • Mobile device enrollment time has been significantly reduced.
    • When a file link is shared to multiple users at the same time, all the users receiving a passkey link will receive the same link. Previously, each user would get a different, individualized link. The only exception to this is one-time use links. If a one-time use link is shared to multiple users, each use will get a unique link which will allow a single download.


    • Gateway clusters with a client connections address that is not accessible from the Access Server can now be administered (using the server address).
    • A new user who first logs in from a mobile device and is a member of a Sync & Share LDAP provisioned group will now be granted Sync & Share access without having to first log in via the web interface.
    • Pending users with access to Sync & Share data sources can now successfully enroll from a mobile device.
    • Active Directory users whose passwords contain a colon can now successfully authenticate to get access to synced network data sources from the desktop client.
    • Fixed an issue starting the Access Server if the PostgreSQL password contained single quotes, colons, percent, high Unicode, or other special characters.
    • Dashes are no longer considered invalid in server names defined in the Access Restrictions list for allowable enrollment servers.
    • The modification date reported when downloading a Sync & Share file via a direct link is now listed in the server’s time zone.
    • Deleted users are no longer listed in the type ahead lists for email suggestions.
    • The Access Server installer will no longer fail to complete successfully when the PostgreSQL password contains a colon, single quote, high Unicode, or other special characters.
    • Fixed a rare issue in the desktop client where a file getting locked on disk immediately after download during the sync operation could cause the sync could hang.

    Acronis Access 7.0.5 (Released: May 27th, 2015)


    • Acronis Access is now localized for traditional and simplified Chinese.
    • Improved performance when browsing contents of network data sources containing many subfolders.
    • supports device certificate authentication.


    • Fixed an issue where some SharePoint data sources could not be added if the path was very long.
    • Fixed an error that could occur on startup after upgrades to Access Server 7.0.4 if there were users without a username specified.
    • Fixed problems that could occur uploading files with Internet Explorer 9.
    • Fixed an issue where opening the desktop sync dialog for a synced network folder and saving without making any changes could change a 2-way synced folder to a 1-way synced folder.
    • Fixed an issue where syncing new network folders could be delayed if other users were syncing many network folders and files.
    • Fixed an issue where the desktop sync client might not immediately update a network folder’s sync type (from a 1-way sync to a 2-way sync, or vice versa) when changes were made in the web interface.
    • Fixed an issue where the Access Server could fail to retrieve audit logs from Gateway servers.
    • Fixed an issue with Kerberos authentication to SharePoint.
    • Fixed a rare issue where desktop clients would receive an obscure Unicode error instead of a clear explanation on the desktop client when a sync could not be completed because a file being synced was open on that computer in another application.
    • Fixed an issue which could occur when desktop clients were upgraded directly from version 2.x to version 7.0.4 or later.
    • Fixed an issue where files could be duplicated on the server if Visual C# projects were saved in the Sync & Share folder on the desktop client.

    Acronis Access 7.0.4 (Released: April 21st, 2015)

    • Mobile client ‘Access restrictions’ now offer options for limiting access from Windows mobile clients. Options for including instructions & install links for Windows clients are also now available on the enrollment invitations page and in enrollment emails.
    • Access web interface has improved usability on mobile devices with lower screen resolutions.
    • The gateway server option to allow connection using self-signed certificates can now be changed even if the gateway server is offline.
    • When using the web UI to choose to sync a folder to the desktop client, users are now shown the total size of the folder to be synced. This will help users to make an informed decision when syncing large shares to their desktop.
    • Direct file download links created with “Send Link” or “Get Link” can now be configured to require Access user login before a file can be downloaded. New options are available on the ‘Sharing Restrictions’ settings page to allow administrators to define whether public links and login-restricted download links are permitted. If both types of links are permitted, users will be able to choose which type of link they would like when sharing it. There is also an administration setting available to limit access to login-restricted links to internal users only.
    • The email address options shown during auto-complete when inviting users to a share is now limited to the members of shares they are members of. In addition internal AD users will also be able to see all other internal AD users.
    • The Configuration Utility now allows a UNC path to be provided for the location of the Access File Repository.
    • The Configuration Utility now allows intermediate certificates to be configured.


    • Fixed an issue which caused unhandled errors to sometimes be reported when attempting to invite a large AD group for mobile enrollment.
    • The %USERNAME% variable is now supported in the name and description of home directory data sources in the web interface.
    • A small pop-up window should no longer appear when downloading files from the web UI with Safari.
    • Notifications now include the user who created the shared file link, when files are downloaded with a direct file download link.
    • The list of data sources will now appear even if some data sources are inaccessible. The inaccessible data sources will simply not be shown in the list.
    • Color schemes are now used for the file download link landing page.
    • AD users with accounts that do not have a UPN (User Principal Name) configured can now access network data sources using the Access web interface.
    • Conflict resolution now supports users whose names contain a forward slash. When creating conflict files, any forward slashes in usernames are now replaced with an underscore, since slashes are invalid characters on the Windows file system.
    • Files and folders on network volumes that were uploaded by a Mac and contain a forward slash can now be synced to Mac and Windows desktop clients.
    • Addressed issues that could keep the Access Server from properly ingesting Gateway audit log messages.
    • Fixed an issue where file purging could encounter errors and fail after an upgrade to Access 7.0.3.
    • Fixed a licensing issue that could occur causing a single user session to temporarily use more than one license on the Gateway Server.
    • The PostgreSQL service will now be stopped before upgrade on clusters, preventing errors which prevent the cluster from being upgraded.
    • When saving Microsoft Office files rapidly, the desktop client will no longer create multiple copies of the file in Access.

    Notes and Known Issues

    • Access to web administration pages is no longer supported from Internet Explorer 8. Access to these pages will not be possible with this browser. Please update to a modern browser.

    Acronis Access 7.0.3 (Released: February 24th, 2015)

    • The color scheme of the Acronis Access web site can be configured to a variety of preset color schemes. Alternatively, administrators can develop their own custom color scheme. The color scheme can be configured by administrators the Settings => Web UI Customization page. Documentation on how to configure custom color schemes can be found here:
    • Custom logos can now be uploaded to modify the look of the web UI. Three image resolutions are used for the various locations the logo appears. On upgrade, the existing custom logo (if any) will be used for all the custom logo locations, but properly sized logos can be uploaded on the Settings => Web UI Customization page.
    • The API documentation for web clients has been updated, including support and documentation for network files and folders.
    • If a user’s mobile access policy allows access from the web UI, the default enrollment invitation email will now include a link to the Acronis Access web site. For customers who have customized their enrollment invitation email template, this additional text will need to be manually added to the customized template if desired.
    • Users can now download the entire contents of a folder the are currently browsing with the “Download folder” option.
    • Administrators of Acronis Access will no longer be prompted to specify the gateway address explicitly when configuring a new installation with the setup wizard. The gateway address will be automatically set to the same address as the Access server.
    • Minor changes were made to the default enrollment invitation email template to prepare for an upcoming mobile client release. Users who have custom email templates will need to update them manually, if desired.
    • Improved login performance and general web application performance by caching some settings in memory.
    • Various improvements to increase performance and throughput uploading and downloading Sync & Share files.
    • Acronis Access now installs with Java 8u31.


    • Fixed LDAP caching errors which could occur if ldap_caching debug logging was enabled.
    • Fixed a problem where a user’s desktop synced network folder might not be removed when the server-side network folder was removed from their assigned data sources.
    • Fixed a problem with New Relic monitoring.
    • Fixed an issue where gateway file shares could not be browsed from the web portal if a management server is required and the management server is listening on a non-standard port.
    • When a user upgrades from Acronis Access 6.x, if a user tries to reset their password before they have successfully logged in against Access 7.x, they will no longer encounter an error.
    • Renaming a top-level 1-way sync folder on the desktop client will no longer produce a warning.
    • Fixed a timeout error that could occur when downloading large files via the mobile client.

    Acronis Access 7.0.2 (Released: December 23rd, 2014)

    • Acronis Access now allows syncing file server, NAS & SharePoint folders to a Mac or PC via the Access Desktop Client. This feature can be enabled or disabled in the “Mobile Access” policy and requires that Access Web Client access to these data sources is also enabled.
    • Acronis Access Server and Desktop Clients for Mac and PC are now localized in Polish.
    • Access to Network Home Folders is now included in the Web Client.
    • Network data sources with %username% wildcards in their path are now supported in the Web Client.
    • Enhancements to user/email address entry in the sharing dialog box in the Access Web Client.
    • Access Web Client now displays a multi-level breadcrumb trail.
    • SMB network shares are now selectable as File Repository destinations in the Access Server Configuration Utility.
    • The Access Server Configuration Utility will now default to a self-signed certificate if no suitable certificates are available in Computer\Personal certificate store.
    • GOST encryption is supported in Russian localization of Access Server 7.0.2.
    • Web Client upload now allows uploading more than 10 files simultaneously.
    • Java 7 Update 71 is used in this release.


    • Fixed an issue emailing Sync & Share file download links via the iOS mobile client.
    • Links to landing pages and folders from notification emails and from the Desktop Client Finder/Explorer contextual menus no longer sometimes require the user to log in.
    • Fixed an issue when upgrading from mobilEcho 4.5 where legacy data sources might not be converted.

    Notes and Known Issues

    • Due to a bug in the included 3rd party Java installer, an issue may occur during installation on non-English Windows Servers. Please refer to to address this issue.
    • If you have end-users running Internet Explorer 8, please consider upgrading to a more secure browser. Administrators can change the SSL bindings to support Internet Explorer 8 users with the following limitations:
      • **Users running Internet Explorer 8 are automatically redirected to the Access 6 style web client interface.
      • **Internet Explorer 8 will be not supported by the redesigned Access 7 web interface.
      • **These users will not have access to file server, NAS and SharePoint data sources from the web client interface.
      • **Server Administration from Internet Explorer 8 is not supported.

    Acronis Access 7.0.1 (Released: November 25th, 2014)


    • Various improvements to the Web Client interface.
    • Acronis Access Server and Acronis Access Desktop Clients for Mac and PC are now localized in Russian.
    • Apache Tomcat 7.0.57 is used in the release.
    • Java 7 update 71 is used in the release.
    • The allowed minimum expiration time for shared file download links now defaults to 1 day or more on new installations of Acronis Access Server. Previously the minumum link expiration default was 30 days.
    • Browsing network data sources via the Web Client is improved for folders with large number of items.
    • Improved conflict resolution behavior.


    • Fixed usage of “¥” symbol for logging in to Access Server Web Client.
    • Upgrading to Acronis Access 7.0.1 from mobilEcho 4.5 is now supported.
    • Fixed shortcut to Acronis Access Tomcat service configuration tool in the Start menu after the upgrade from Acronis Access 6.1.
    • Shared Folders now have Notifications in the right hand menu.
    • Fixed occasional crashes in Access Desktop Client for Mac.
    • If you have end-users running Internet Explorer 8, please consider upgrading to a more secure browser. Administrators can change the SSL bindings to support Internet Explorer 8 users with the following limitations:
      • **Users running Internet Explorer 8 are automatically redirected to the Access 6 style web client interface.
      • **Internet Explorer 8 will be not supported by the redesigned Access 7 web interface.
      • **These users will not have access to file server, NAS and SharePoint data sources from the web client interface.
      • **Server Administration from Internet Explorer 8 is not supported.

    Notes and Known Issues

    • When using single port Access Gateway Server configuration, there could be an issue with handling paths longer than 256 characters. Please visit the following KB article to resolve the issue:

    Acronis Access 7.0.0 (Released: November 11th, 2014)


    • Acronis Access is now named Acronis Access Advanced and is the upgrade path for existing users of Acronis Access 6 or earlier. A new version tailored for small/medium businesses with simpler requirements has been also introduced. This new version is named Acronis Access.
    • Redesigned and enhanced Access web client user interface
    • During new installations, the configuration wizard now attempts to detect and system configuration options, such as SMTP server and Active Directory (LDAP) server.
    • During installation, Acronis Access and Acronis Access Advanced can now be configured to operate using a single open port for client connections. In this configuration, all Access clients (mobile app, desktop sync client, web client interface) use the same network address and port to connect to the Access server.
    • Folders and files residing on file servers, NAS and SharePoint Servers can now be browsed and accessed from within the Access web client interface. This capability can be enabled or disabled on a user or group basis.
    • Redesigned notification and invitation email templates
    • The Users administration page and Devices administration page are now unified into a single admin console page.
    • Access now provides conflict resolution for Sync & Share files and folders. If users’ file modifications overlap and cause conflicts, the conflicting files will be renamed with the users name and the current date, so that the conflicting file is obvious and can be handled as needed. Previous to Access 7.0, these conflicting files would have been saved as new versions.
    • Sync & Share files can now be copied between Sync & Share folders using the web client interface.
    • Sync & Share file download links can be now be generated and copied for use, without requiring an email to be sent by the Access server. The file download links feature can be enabled or disabled.
    • Usernames can now be assigned to Free (‘Ad-hoc’) external users. All Sync & Share users are generally refered to by user names instead of just email addresses.
    • Access Desktop Sync Client Version is now displayed in the Users and Devices section of Access Server administration page
    • Java version 7 U71 is used in this release
    • Improved audit logging when files are downloaded from direct download link
    • Sorting files by type is now allowed in the web client interface
    • Postgres can now be removed using the ‘Add/Remove Programs’ control panel
    • There is now a global setting to disable the ability to share files using direct download links
    • The default threshold and interval for user notification as they approach their quota for Sync & Share can now be configured
    • Apache Tomcat 7.0.56 is used in this release
    • OpenSSL version 1.0.1i is used in this release.
    • Added support for batch operations in the Devices table (remote wipe, cancel remote wipe, etc.)
    • SSL v3 is disabled


    • Fixed a PostgreSQL installer failure that could occur if a local users group does not have enough privileges
    • Fixed issue with querying LDAP when debug logging is enabled that could occasionally result in an error for some UTF-8 usernames
    • Fixed usage of @display_name variable for Acronis Access enrollment emails

    Notes and Known Issues

    • Upgrades from mobilEcho 4.5 or earlier are not supported in the initial version of the Acronis Access 7.0. Support for upgrades from mobilEcho 4.5 or earlier are anticipated to return in a followup release.
    • Internet Explorer 8 is not supported in the initial version of the Acronis Access 7.0 Web client. IE8 users will not be able to log into the Acronis Access Web client. Support for IE8 is anticipated to return in a followup release, though in this followup release IE8 users will be presented with the previous Access 6 web UI and will not be able to use the new Access 7 features. If you have end-users running Internet Explorer 8, please consider upgrading to a more secure browser or waiting until support is added in the upcoming Access Server update.
    • Windows XP users will not be able to use the Acronis Desktop Sync Client or Web Client after an Access Server is upgraded to 7.0 or later. This is due to an incompatibility of XP and IE8 with the secure SSL bindings the Access Server now uses. Administrators can change the SSL bindings to support XP users. Details here: Please note that changing these ciphers might expose your server to vulnerabilities and is generally unsecure.
    • Windows Server 2003 is no longer supported.
    • ‘Mobile Access’ Network Home Folders configured for users on Access Server are not displayed in Web client interface. This will be supported in a followup release.
    • If user select several files for upload they will be uploaded one after the other, not simultaneously.
    • SharePoint check-in / check-out is not yet supported in the web client interface. This will be supported in a followup release.