April 2, 2018
Dear Solid Edge Customer:
Solid Edge ST10 Maintenance Pack 6 is now available for download.
The Solid Edge Team
Solid Edge ST10 Maintenance Packs are delivered using Microsoft Installer (MSI) technology.
Microsoft Windows 10 releases Feature Updates every six months. Microsoft does not use Windows 10 Feature Updates as an avenue to deliver security-related patches. All quality-related patches, including security and reliability hot-fixes, will continue to be delivered outside of this Feature Update process. Therefore, if your production use of Solid Edge was negatively impacted as a result of the last Microsoft Windows 10 Feature Update, you should consider configuring your Windows 10 machines to delay the deployment of Windows 10 Feature Updates. Configuring your Windows 10 machines by moving the machines into the "Semi-Annual Channel" servicing channel will delay the installation of Feature Updates for approximately four months following the initial release. During this time, you and your IT organization will have the opportunity to review the suitably of the Feature Update, including determining any negative impact, upon the applications that you use in your production environment, such as Solid Edge. This four-month window of time between Microsoft initially releasing the Feature Update to targeted machines and releasing the Feature Update for general deployment to the enterprise will also provide our development team time to review and react to changes introduced by Windows 10 Feature Updates, thereby helping keep you as productive as possible.
Maintenance Pack Version:
Solid Edge ST10 MP6
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This Maintenance Pack addresses the following PRs:
PR 9087171: Not able to deselect a part from an assembly pattern during Edit Definition
PR 9062198: Mirroring a component in assembly causes a crash
PR 9069786: Wrong linear Dimension in a draft
PR 9062705: The change in the property of the printer is not reflected
PR 9078819: Orientation does not update through Ctrl+P Print
PR 8543062: Solid Edge draft file abnormally stops... please review crash log
PR 9011460: Neutral factors from excel file not applied in Synchronous sheet metal
PR 9089572: Draft command crashes
PR 9087449: Cannot change non ST9 part/file Status using SolidEdgeFileProperties API
===Illustrations & 3D Publisher ===
PR 9073962: The illustration text is changed when publishing in HTML5
PR 8362381: PDF output of technical Publication does not show Balloons
PR 9073964: The colors are changed when publishing in HTML5 and PDF
PR 9084205: a Top-level document is in ERA mode after import into either Tech Pub application
PR 9084255: SE does not prompt for saving after import into Tech Pub application
PR 9085301: Model in SE from a mapped network drive is closed after import into Tech Pub app
PR 8994194: System Properties are empty in Insight Search result on German Client
PR 9085105: Impossible to do save as of Assembly with Drafts with Design Manager
PR 9105330: Insight license feature does not enable managed options with SE Foundation
PR 9097055: Insight license feature does not enable managed options with D&D
===Teamcenter Integration for Solid Edge===
PR 8855387: Error returned when uploading an unmanaged part added to a managed assembly
PR 9084930: creating XpresRoute Part throws a generic SEEC error every time, material lost
PR 9087998: SaveAs operation results in a crash
@JosueVivas, based on our records it appears that your cloud-based subscription license expired on 31-MAR-2018. What type of message are you presented with when you attempt to start Sold Edge?
Hello @JFred. Indeed that subscription is not active anymore. I'm on the forum with my personal email instead of the company where I work.
I didn't receive any error. Only a very brief SE splash screen, no "edge" service running or disk or CPU usage to justify that SE was "opening".
The PC was restarted a couple of times and happened exactly the same. Rolling back to MP4 fixed this. It might be an isolated case, the antivirus here sometimes doesn't help with updates.
@KennyGwith Windows 10 and automatic updates (yes, against the recommendations that come with MP release notes, IT policy to leave it as it is.)
Nothing to worry about at this point. 1 hour of troubleshooting.