WinSyslog 14.1 Final (Build Service

Release Date: 2017-03-27

Build-IDs: Service, Client


  • Updated to OpenSSL 1.0.2k.
  • Configuration Reload: This is a big new core feature allowing the
    service to reload itself automatically after a configuration changed has
    been detected. The feature can be turned off in General-General Options if
    this new behavior is not wanted. By default auto reload will be enabled.
    The latest Configuration Client is required for the feature to fully work.
  • SNMP Receiver: Added new compressed output format for message property.
  • FileConfig: Changed datafile saving method, more reliable when the
    service is stopped unintentionally while updating data state files.
  • Send SNMP action: Added new variable for SNMPv1 AgentIP field. By
    default the property will be set to %source%.
  • Send Syslog Action: Added new option to enable/disable UTF8 BOM. Default
    is enabled like before, but it can be disabled now by configuration so the
    message won’t contain the UTF8 BOM.


  • Property Engine: Fixed SystemID and CustomerID properties.
  • FileConfig: Due a missing property (FilterVersion), some of the global
    conditions in rule filters could not be used. This automatically fixes
    itself next time the configuration is saved with the Client.
  • Debug Logging: Completely rewritten debug output for Rule Engine
    (Filters) for better readability and analysis.
  • Fixed an compatibility issue on Windows 2003/XP (failed to start because
    WSAPoll API is missing).
  • FileConfig: Fixed an issue with invalid linefeeds when using includefile
  • FileConfig: Fixed EnumRegkey emulation causing EventLog Monitor Services
    to load invalid eventlog channels.
  • Debug Logging: Moved RELP Debugging from minimal to internal
  • SNMP Trap Receiver: Fixed handling of SNMPv1 Enterprise traps. All
    properties are now properly set.
  • SNMP Trap Receiver: Fixed shutdown of Service causing a problem when
    reloading configuration.

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