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Database migration

No database migration is necessary when upgrading from version Curie R3 or Descartes R1.

If you are migrating from a version of the product prior to Curie R3 see here for the detailed procedure.


Version Descartes R2 SP2

We are pleased to announce the release of the latest version of the product: Descartes R2 SP2

This version includes a number of fixes including:

  • Performance enhancement: Not locating accounts in the history for new repositories
  • Security enhancement: Removal of libraries involved in CVE-2023-44487
  • IAP: Fixes in the KPI counters calculation during the execution plan

Please refer to the full release notes for more information:

Please navigate to the following link to download the latest version of the product: Descartes:

See below for more information on how to check the integrity of your download.

Looking for an older version? have a look at the archived versions repository

Please use the following link for the full list of the certified environments:

Certified Operating Environment for iGRCanalytics

Please see here for more information on the product versions lifecycle, including the end of support dates.


License key

Please log into your RadiantLogic support account and use "the request a license" form to request a license:

https://support.radiantlogic.com

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Checking the integrity of the download

In order to verify the integrity of the downloaded file you can also download the associated .sha1 checksum file that contains the correct sha1 hash.

To verify the file: iGRCAnalyticsSetup_win32_x64_Ader-R1_2019-12-10.exe

You can download the checksum file: iGRCAnalyticsSetup_win32_x64_Ader-R1_2019-12-10.sha1

You can calculate the SHA1 of your downloaded file and it should match exactly with the hash in the ".sha1" file.


How to calculate the hash?

Windows

Get-FileHash

In Powershell you can use the commandlet Get-FileHash to compute the hash value for a file by using a specified hash algorithm.

Please use the following link for more information. https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/powershell/module/microsoft.powershell.utility/get-filehash?view=powershell-6

Certutil

In windows, you can use the command line tool certutil Certutil -hashfile iGRCAnalyticsSetup_win32_x64_Ader-R1_2019-12-10.exe SHA1

Microsoft File Checksum Integrity Verifier

You can also download the Microsoft File Checksum Integrity Verifier (https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/download/details.aspx?id=11533)

fciv.exe -sha1 iGRCAnalyticsSetup_win32_x64_Ader-R1_2019-12-10.exe

Unix/Linux

Most unix-like operating systems include the tools shasum and/or sha1sum

shasum iGRCAnalyticsSetup_win32_x64_Ader-R1_2019-12-10.exe
sha1sum iGRCAnalyticsSetup_win32_x64_Ader-R1_2019-12-10.exe

Finally, if shasum (or sha1sum) is available, the verification can done directly using the .sha1 file:

shasum -c iGRCAnalyticsSetup_win32_x64_Ader-R1_2019-12-10.sha1

Drivers

For legal reasons the Oracle and Microsoft SQL server drivers have been removed from the installation bundle. Please refer to the following pages for information on how to download and install the drivers :

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