Release Notes: Intelli-Site
Created: 04-01-2024 02:00 PMLast Updated: 04-01-2024 02:00 PM

Operating Systems No Longer Supported

As of January 14, 2020, Microsoft Windows 7 and Windows Server 2008 R2 have reached end-of-life. Microsoft no longer supports these OSes. As such, OSSI no longer supports these operating systems. While our software will continue to install and upgrade on Windows 7 and Windows Server 2008 R2, we will not provide technical support for these systems for versions beyond Intelli-Site v4.0.45.12.  All customers and integrators are strongly encouraged to migrate to Windows 10 or Windows 2016.


This article contains the release notes for Intelli-Site v4.2.2.12 The following sections describe the release in detail and provide late-breaking or other information that supplements the main documentation.

Upgrade Requirements

Because the database has been redesigned, the installer will only upgrade version or later. Minor modifications to the database had been implemented before version Those modifications must be applied to the existing database for the software upgrade to properly upgrade the database.

The process is:

  1. Upgrade to version
  2. Open the Configuration Utility and start the Engine. The Engine performs the necessary modifications, not the installer. If there are multiple projects, each project must be started.
  3. Stop the Engine and close the Configuration Utility.
  4. Upgrade to the current version.
  5. Open the Configuration Utility and start the Engine. As stated in step 2, the Engine performs the necessary database upgrade not the installer. If there are multiple projects, each project must be started as well.


The following software features were added

    • None

The following Panels were added or upgraded:

    • Added bulk reload feature.


The following issues affecting all products have been resolved:

  • Configuration Utility
    • Note: Do not start the Client Manager unless you absolutely need it. Only start it when redundant Engines are required and licensed. The Client Manager counts as a client in the license.
      This isn't new. It just bears repeating.
  • Driver Specific
    • ASSA ABLOY DSR Driver: Valid card reads were not being represented properly.
    • Harding DXL Driver: Under certain specific conditions autodetect was causing the project to be renamed.
    • Avigilon Driver: Autodetect not finding any cameras.
    • Allen Bradley: Badly formed tags can cause the driver to crash.
    • MAC Driver: Freshly added MLC-4R would have all readers addressed as number 1 until the driver is restarted.
  • General
    • Issue with Redundancy that may cause the loss of history during failover.

The following issues specific to Intelli-Site Lite have been resolved:

  • N/A

Below are issues related to specific OEM versions:

  • N/A