Forcepoint Downloads, Installers and Hotfix Information
- Article Number: 000012446
- Products: Forcepoint DLP, Forcepoint DLP Endpoint, Forcepoint Email Security, Forcepoint I Series Appliance, Forcepoint One Endpoint, Forcepoint Security Appliance Manager, Forcepoint URL Filtering, Forcepoint V10000 Appliance, Forcepoint V20000 Appliance, Forcepoint V5000 Appliance, Forcepoint Virtual Appliance, Forcepoint Web Security, Forcepoint Web Security Endpoint, Forcepoint X Series Appliance
- Version: All versions
- Last Published Date: May 17, 2019
Notes & Warnings
You must have a valid login for Forcepoint in order to view the Downloads section.
Forcepoint Technical Support always recommends to install the latest hotfix that applies to your product.
This is especially true for the hotfixes that are marked as Critical.
You will need to set your product and version settings in My Personalizations to ensure the correct downloads are displayed
on the My Downloads tab. Otherwise, click All Downloads to see all products and versions.
Where can I find information about Forcepoint installers and hotfixes that are available for my product?
To find all available installers, hotfixes and readme files for your product please visit the Downloads section of the support website. Most download links will contain a readme file that contain installation instructions.
Important Please read hotfix descriptions carefully to determine if it is applicable to your product.
Web and Email Appliance Hotfixes:There are two locations for hotfixes for the products. The first is under the product and version itself while the second is under the Appliances section of the Downloads page. Not all hotfixes will be present in either section so checking both is highly recommended. Ensure the correct Appliance version is being searched before continuing. Most hotfixes will apply to all Appliance versions, but this is not always the case. Virtual appliances for Web and Email have their own section under Appliances.
For more in-depth information for Email Security hotfixes, see the Email Security Hotfix FAQ.
Once the Appliance Hotfix RPM ID is identified, there are multiple ways to install a hotfix depending on the product version.
Checking installed Hotfixes via CLI (v8.3-v8.5.x)
Apply Hotfix via CLI (v8.3-v8.5.x)
Checking installed Hotfixes via Forcepoint Security Appliance Manager (v8.3-v8.5.x)
Apply Hotfix via Forcepoint Security Appliance Manager (v8.3-v8.5.x)
Checking installed Hotfixes via Appliance Manager (v7.5-v8.2)
Web Windows Server Hotfixes
As manual hotfixes cannot be easily tracked, if unsure if a hotfix has been applied, a hotfix can be reinstalled on the Windows server without causing additional issues.