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    Quote Originally Posted by alphainfinity View Post
    I virtualized all my stuff a long time ago, including my Untangle firewall. As a VM it load balances my 2 1Gigabit internet connections no problem and if it needs more CPU/RAM a few clicks of the mouse takes care of all that. A nice, stable scalable solution!

    I built this monster a few years ago and it handles Untangle and many other things just fine:

    https://www.techspot.com/review/1155...-dual-xeon-pc/

    Good post about that Build.

    Downloaded x64 version putting on test unit. Thanks Again Untangle !!

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    I've got a few appliances out there based on an Atom CPU that was 32bit only... those are dying yes...

    But the rest are 64bit, and for the most part anything that was built in the last 20 years should be able to run the 64bit build.

    P.S. Debian isn't likely to actually kill i386 support for another decade or so... precisely because there are so many 32bit only Intel Atom's out there running things. BUT, we've already seen a quality drop in the i386 builds relative to the AMD64 builds. They aren't as well tested anymore, so running your UTM on it imposes more risk than the 64bit build. So everyone should be using 64bit, unless they can't.
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    Nice work!

    Have high hopes on this release :-)

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    Quote Originally Posted by sky-knight View Post
    …for the most part anything that was built in the last 20 years should be able to run the 64bit build.
    Except for PCs. At home in particular. For empty nesters and the like especially. And it was an Untangle marketing cue even in the last five years to be able to say that Untangle could run on just about anything.

    But this has gotten way complicated. My whole point was looking at the wiki download page and going, "Surprise, you empty nester! No upgrade for you!" There are 32-bit builds there for past versions, after all.

    But, the "Surprise!" turned out to be just a senior moment.

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    We purposely hide 32 bit on the current release so customers can avoid pain later.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jcoffin View Post
    We purposely hide 32 bit on the current release so customers can avoid pain later.
    I do understand that. I just didn’t remember that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sam Graf View Post
    I do understand that. I just didn’t remember that.
    And that's why we're here!

    Just like the expert mode installer... still there... with a working partitioner that lets you do all sorts of ugly things... hidden from the masses so they don't bug Untangle support later. ;P
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    How much bigger or smaller of a footprint does v15 use in terms of hardware resources vs 14.2.2, all else being equal?

    I run HomePro on an HP G7 Microserver (AMD Turion II Neo) N40L with 250GB HDD and 4GB RAM.

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    Default Threat Protection - License

    Is the Threat Protection covered under the current license? I did a fresh install of v 15.0 and all my apps went from "Free Trial 14 days Remain" after applying the license to the appliance to being installed without the warning, except the "Threat Protection" which still displays the "Free Trial 14 days Remain".

    Does anyone have any input on the Threat Protection app and licensing?

    I have the "Home" user license.
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    It is included in Complete only.

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