Upgrading from an older version to the current release is straightforward and only involves running the installer for the current release on each domain controller in the monitored domain. A reboot will not be required after upgrading, unless upgrading from a version older than 2.0. It is safe to upgrade from any previous version to the current release.
The installer is available as both an MSI and an EXE. The EXE version will install the necessary version of the .NET Framework if it is not already available on your server, while the MSI will not. If in doubt, you should use the EXE installer.
Links to download the most current version (Domain Controllers must all run the same version):
https://cdn.enzoic.com/files/EnzoicForAD.exe (MD5: b0c99ff96da7afe94206f5d169d29e60)
https://cdn.enzoic.com/files/EnzoicForAD.msi (MD5: fb3bc6aaf5372f394e8f66c1fc17e42a)
https://cdn.enzoic.com/files/EnzoicForADClient.msi (MD5: 57189fcf7902ed7fbb494372de4d2dc1)
Review the current release notes.
Enzoic for Active Directory needs to be upgraded on every writable domain controller in the target domain. In organizations where upgrading all servers at once is not possible or permitted, rolling upgrades over longer periods of time are supported. The only restriction is that the server designated as the Enzoic for Active Directory Delegate server in your domain must be upgraded to the new version first. The installer will not allow you to proceed with the upgrade on other DC’s until the Delegate has been upgraded. If you are unsure which Domain Controller in your environment is acting as the Delegate, you may determine this by running the Enzoic Console, going to Settings and clicking on the “Other Settings” tab. The current Delegate will be displayed there.
Run the new installer on each DC in the monitored domain in order to upgrade it. As noted in the section above, you must run the upgrade on the Delegate server in your domain first. After the upgrade is complete, run the Enzoic Console and verify there are no issues displayed on the Dashboard or in System Health.