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NOTE

Service Updates prior to SU 280 must be completely removed from the system before installing Sangoma System Release 280. See the Release Notes in link below for important considerations on SU 280 Setup details.

Windows 10®, Windows Server 2008® , Windows Server 2012®, Windows Server 2016®, and Windows Server 2019®

The System Release 6.0 PCI Windows Service Update 280 is the latest Service Update with exclusive support for boards that are part of the Springware architecture, a.k.a JCT Products. It adds support for Windows Server 2019, and its footprint is greatly reduced from previous Service Updates as it removes EOL products and technologies.

Note that DM3/IPT/DI and other End-of-Life previous and related architectures are no longer supported and will not load with this Service Update SW. Any application that has dependency on those components will not load.

This Service Update Installer Software comes in two Setup formats as shown below. See Release Notes for guidelines on when to choose one or the other format:

Bootstrap Setup Format: SystemReleaseJCT.exe
This format bundles the System Release SW Windows Installer package (.msi) and the Microsoft Visual Studio 2005 with Visual C++ Version 8.0 Service Pack 1 Runtime Redistributable package (VCRedist), which is a dependency to the Runtime Package.

Windows Installer Setup Format: SystemReleaseJCT.msi
This format provides all the flexibility of Microsoft Windows Installer; however it lacks the VCRedist.

Both Setup formats consist of the Core Runtime Package (which also contains all ISDN protocols), SNMP Package, Global Call Protocols Package, SW Development Package containing all the software required to build applications, and Demos (sample code) Package. The Setup Custom Options dialog allows for the selection of individual packages. The Windows Installer format can be used for silent-mode installations, and even bundled into an end-customer package.







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The System Release 6.0 Patch is used to package fixes to bugs found in a major Service Update, and are made available from time to time. A new Patch supersedes any previous Patch(s).

Windows Installer Update (Patch): SystemReleaseJCTPatch.msp

  • This patch corrects a bug introduced in the SU 280 that prevented running the RTFManager and DMC Java utilities.
  • It applies to any systems which had previously installed the "Runtime" component for the System Release 6.0 PCI Windows Service Update 280.
  • To install this Patch, just download it to a local directory and click on the msp file, or from an Elevated cmd prompt execute: C:\Downloads>msiexec.exe /update SystemReleaseJCTPatch.msp
  • Complete the installation and either accept the reboot at the end of it or else the reboot can be deferred to a later system downtime.

Note: Once installed, the Patch will NOT be listed in the Programs and Features, even if View Install Updates option is enabled; the Patch becomes an integral part of the parent Sangoma System Release 6.0 PCI Package.





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Windows 10®

Service Update 275 for Dialogic System Release 6.0 PCI for Windows   
The System Release 6.0 PCI Windows Service Update Edition consists of the Core Runtime Package, SNMP Component Manager, ISDN Protocols, Global Call Protocols, Development Package containing all the software required to develop an application and Demos. This edition provides installation-time options to select each individual package. It can be distributed to end users as well.

Release Notes

234.23 MB

Windows Server 2008® , Windows Server 2012®, and Windows Server 2016®



Service Update 276 for Dialogic System Release 6.0 PCI for Windows   
The System Release 6.0 PCI Windows Service Update Edition consists of the Core Runtime Package, SNMP Component Manager, ISDN Protocols, Global Call Protocols, Development Package containing all the software required to develop an application and Demos. This edition provides installation-time options to select each individual package. It can be distributed to end users as well.
Release Notes234 MB (245,655,762 bytes)
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  1. I cannot find the Installation Guide for Dialogic System Release 6.0 PCI Windows.  Can somebody please provide a link to the Software Driver System Release 6.0 for Windows  Install Guide?

    Thanks,

    Shawn

    1. The documents you're looking for can be found here:

      Sangoma System Release 6.0 PCI for Windows

  2. Thanks Christopher.  I found it.  I am still trying to learn the document tree:)

  3. After Uninstalling SystemReleaseJCT280.exe and reinstalling, running SystemReleaseJCT280Patch.msp fails (Sangoma System Release 6.0 PCI Setup Wizard ended prematurely because of an error. Your system has not been modified...).

    Event Log shows: Product: Sangoma System Release 6.0 PCI - Update 'Sangoma JCT System Release Patch Update' could not be installed. Error code 1603.

    Is it necessary to run after uninstall/reinstall? How can I tell if I have the "update"

  4. Becky take a look at the description of the patch please; it's a small fix for RTFManager and DMC. So assuming JRE is installed and those still don't work then it wasn't installed. But if the Patch install failed, the system wouldn't have been modified, so don't bother (though you can use the test for when it does get installed)...

    As for the error 1603, it's boilerplate, it could be permissions/UAC sort of thing. Try installing from Elevated cmd and add a log file, as shown at the end of this. If still fails please work with Customer Support. Either way if you don't care about those utilities the Patch is not of much use.

    Finally, no, you need not uninstall and reinstall SU 280.

    C:\Downloads>msiexec.exe  /update ".\SystemReleaseJCTPatch.msp" /L*V .\SRPatchJCT.log

    1. Thanks, Pablo. 

      I found it had to do with the uninstall (we had to uninstall to change the installation location - we prefer to NOT install on the OS drive). The uninstall didn't clean up the entire registry so the update was trying to deploy files (the 2 jars specifically) to a path that didn't exist. I ended up having to completely uninstall 280, get the old dlgc_rel_clean.bat from the last Dialogic SR 6 SU, I removed some shortcut entries that were still leftover from the registry for Sangoma did a clean boot, installed the release, the patch, and all is swell now with everything we prefer where we prefer it. One note: there is an Environmental Variable named INTEL_DIALOGIC_BASE that remains at default (C:\Program Files (x86)\), even when selecting different drive/paths for install. But that was not the patch install problem, but we did change it on the new install.

      Thanks again for your response to my question.

      1. Ah! great catch Becky..

        Indeed INTEL_DIALOGIC_BASE is set to

         Value="[ProgramFilesFolder]"

        All others are based off of some variation of:

        Value="[INSTALLDIR]"

        I don't see anything tied to the INTEL_DIALOGIC_BASE in or Install code so that's fine; however it goes in the environment thus if you are using it, that would be problematic. It should indeed be set to the INSTALLDIR. I'll have to check if documented or just internal. Either way is wrong... if you see issues please let us know.

        I wonder what the uninstall issue was; tested lots of Install / Uninstall over and over... though for the most part using OS Drive, which seems that was your initial case. Good idea on the old batch file. MSFT also has a free Removal Tool so I'll post it here for other folks/future: 

        https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/help/17588/windows-fix-problems-that-block-programs-being-installed-or-removed

        Anyway if you run into uninstall (or INTEL_DIALOGIC_BASE) issues please let us know.

          Pablo