ISL Light 4.3.2 for Windows (2017-05-12)


General Information

On 16th of May the following was released:

  • ISL Light 4.3.2 for Windows  (release_date=2017-05-11, build=016f59b6ef113f7b843551480038b8c8f866c94f, platform=win32,os_version=0x06010000-0x7fffffff)

All updates have release date set to 2017-05-11. Your ESS will need to be same or higher to be able to update your server. This release is available to all countries except Japan.

Upgrading to new version

Hosted service users please check Upgrading Hosted Service.

Server license users please check Upgrading Server License.


ISL Light - Desktop v4 - Add option to select to stream region,application or monitor (FEATURE) [ISLLIGHT-2813] More


Added support for streaming region, application or selected monitor. To enable streaming selection dialog the user who want to stream has to stop current streaming and click on Start button to initialize streaming selection dialog. The streaming dialog has option to click on Show which will start streaming whole desktop ( also multiple monitors ). Clicking on Show Options will expand the dialog and button Choose will appear. Clicking on Choose button gives you the option to either draw a region that you would like to share, click on the application that you would like to share or simply clicking on the top of the desktop to share that monitor.

Added command line argument support also for streaming a specific monitor when starting remote session. In order to select monitor to stream, clients must also include desktop show command line parameter. The bellow example will stream second monitor
--on-connect "desktop?show&monitor=2"
When using monitor parameter clients can select:
N is the number of the monitor you would like to stream.

ISL Light - Desktop v4 - Send program agent in crash report (FEATURE) [ISLLIGHT-4607] More


Each time when ISL Light application crashes the crash report is sent to ISL Conference Proxy. The crash report now includes the program agent ( version, platform and architecture information ).

Was this article helpful?