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SAS/SECURE 168-bit 9.2

Hot Fix Downloads

* Important changes to Hot Fixes!

A10001 was replaced by A10002

A10002
SAS/SECURE 168-bit 9.2
Issue(s) Addressed:Introduced:
34872 ALERT - A metadata server that is configured with SAS/SECURE(TM) software might unexpectedly stop accepting new connections A10001
36976 Encryption run time execution error occurs and SASŪ Metadata Server no longer accepts new connection requests A10002
64-bit Enabled Solaris *Released: November 03, 2009     Documentation: A10002s6.html         
64-bit Enabled AIX *Released: November 03, 2009     Documentation: A10002r6.html         
Linux *Released: November 03, 2009     Documentation: A10002lx.html         
HP-UX IPF *Released: November 03, 2009     Documentation: A10002hx.html         
Linux for x64 *Released: November 03, 2009     Documentation: A10002la.html         
Solaris for x64 *Released: November 03, 2009     Documentation: A10002sx.html         
* All Operating Systems: Please contact SAS Technical Support for information on accessing this hot fix and reference SAS Note 36976.
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