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This thread is meant to be an overview for each individual Version 12+ patch. We know that all patches are not created equal and there are some patches that we should avoid like the plague (I'm looking at you 11.18/12.0). The top post will be consistently updated with known bugs/issues for each patch, so you should know at a glance if you feel comfortable deciding if you want to upgrade or hold out for the next patch. At the time of creating this - Patch 12.5 (220.127.116.117) has just been released, so the details of previous patches might not be as detailed as patches 12.5 and newer. Blue = Must install ASAP (unless skipping to a newer patch) Green = Stable Patch Orange = Relatively Stable Patch Red = Unstable Patch Official ConnectWise Automate Patch Notes for all released patches can be found here Patch 2020.4 (18.104.22.168) Benefits/Features: Web CC - Several script scheduling updates (Delete, edit, change priority of scheduled scripts) Known Bugs/Issues: Patch 2020.3 (22.214.171.124) Benefits/Features: Web CC - Scheduled scripts now have "high priority" when running. Maintenance mode can now be set Logging - Added some additional logging features. Control now prompts to give a reason for remoting into a machine Known Bugs/Issues: Patch 2020.2 (126.96.36.199) Benefits/Features: Web CC - Scripts can now be scheduled in the Web CC instead of only being able to run on demand Office 365 option added to the Dashboard ahead of the forced Azure security changes and "app registration." (see more info about it here) Control Center will no longer leave rogue windows open when the CC is closed. All Automate related windows will be closed when the CC itself is closed. Known Bugs/Issues: Patch 2020.1 (188.8.131.52) Benefits/Features: Mandatory MFA - Users Must Have an Email Address Defined (Email address is now a required field for all users) Automate has retired the legacy Report Manager and Crystal Reports as of December 31, 2019. Known Bugs/Issues: