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I like to have ENS engine 6100 into my EPO

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Although all computers installed with ENS would see 6100, I feel comfortable to have it
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Re: I like to have ENS engine 6100 into my EPO

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Engine 6000.8403.8403 is the latest engine version, so that's fine. But yes - the engine update on the system happens via AMCORE content now so you don't need to worry about it too much.

 

From the FAQ (KB86704):

The concept of engine updates has changed with AMCore technology; they are no longer separate packages from content. When AMCore content requires an update to any one of its engines used during scanning, the engine update is included in the V3 content update releases. Downgrading AMCore content would also downgrade an engine if not part of that older content.

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Re: I like to have ENS engine 6100 into my EPO

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Noted. Thank you.


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Re: I like to have ENS engine 6100 into my EPO

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Do you mean 6010 engine?

It's important to note, ENS has an integrated engine. You can't update it separately like you could with VSE. It gets installed with the AMCORE updates.

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Re: I like to have ENS engine 6100 into my EPO

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On my EPO dashboard,  I can see

AMcore Content Package DAT 3826.0
Engine                                        6000.8403.8403

So engine now included in DAT ie 3826.0, and I don't need to worry about the engine?

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Re: I like to have ENS engine 6100 into my EPO

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Engine 6000.8403.8403 is the latest engine version, so that's fine. But yes - the engine update on the system happens via AMCORE content now so you don't need to worry about it too much.

 

From the FAQ (KB86704):

The concept of engine updates has changed with AMCore technology; they are no longer separate packages from content. When AMCore content requires an update to any one of its engines used during scanning, the engine update is included in the V3 content update releases. Downgrading AMCore content would also downgrade an engine if not part of that older content.

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Re: I like to have ENS engine 6100 into my EPO

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Noted. Thank you.


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