I am in the middle of multiple Webroot issues where VSA plugin stopped working after the latest VSA upgrade. This issue started to happen on On-prem partners and surprisingly, when I asked for support from Webroot, they simply said, we don’t have any solution now. Just leave the ticket open and we will update you whenever we will have an update for you.
Like really, They put us on risk and now no support.
Is there anyone in community who can help me out from here ?
Best answer by kajwaniView original
I’m asking our team internally, but this looks like this was caused by Kaseya updating without notifying anyone of their changes. We will have an update for you shortly
We want to let you know that in the latest VSA upgrade, some core dll files have been updated by Kaseya. These files are used heavily by Webroot plugin. As advised by Webroot support, we started working on getting this issue resolved as soon as it came to our notice. We now have a fix.
Can you please let us know the version of your Webroot plugin? If your version is 2.0 and above, please refer to the attached document and follow the steps. If your Webroot version is 1.0, you may need to install the 2.6 version for the plugin to work.
Hope this helps.
Thank You Mr.Kajwani,
I tried to perform the step mentioned in the document on atleast 3 On-Prem partners. The plugin Version is installed 2.6. but when i tried to perform step “2” there are not any files present as “, Kaseya.Commons.dll and KCryptoKacm.dll” under the location in c:\GI\Services\GICoreServices\bin so unable to perform step 2 where files needs to renamed as old and then copy from Kaseya/Webpage/BIn
However, on all 3 partners, Kaseya.Commons.dll and KCryptoKacm.dll” files are present at c:\GI\Web\giWebroot\bin and we have successfully performed the steps 5,6,7,8
But unfortunately, the issue is not resolved for us. Can you please validate and let me know if am doing something wrong here or help me out on a session.
We have restarted the servers as well
Thank you for the update. For version 2.6, here are the updated steps:
Patch Webroot v2.6
Please let me know if this works. Thank you.
Thanks for sharing the steps with us. We have tried to perform on at least 5 clients and surprisingly, it did work for a single client but still, more than 4 clients are affected.
I performed the same steps on the other 4 VSA servers but don’t know why the issue is still present.
Any update on it ?