- CCleaner Network
- Endpoint Health
- Cleaning Files
- Cleaning the Registry
- Using Tools
- Using Defraggler (CCleaner Network Professional)
- Changing What the Cleaner Cleans
- Typical Management Tasks
- Adding Custom Programs to Be Cleaned
- Configuring the Management Service
Updating CCleaner Network
CCleaner Network checks for updates regularly. You must start the downloads and updates manually.
Checking for updates to CCleaner Network manually
- In the Management Console, from the Help menu, select Check for Updates.
- You can now select which (if any) updates you want to download and install.
- Select OK to download and install the selected updates.
Note: You may need to check for updates twice to update all components to the latest version.
If you choose to update the Management Console and/or Management Service, these installers will start automatically. You must roll out any updates to the Endpoint Agents from the Management Console.
Upgrading Endpoint Agents
- In the Network Tree, right-click a Network, a Group, or a single Endpoint, and then select Remote Upgrade Agent.
- Repeat step one for all Endpoint agents that need to be upgraded.
Note: To upgrade Endpoint Agents, you must have the same permissions as when you install Endpoint agents.
Updating multiple Networks
If you have multiple Networks, you can update all of them from the Management Console:
In this example, there are two Networks, Local Network and Local Network2. Both require updates to the Service and Endpoint Agent.
Note: If you have multiple Management Consoles installed (i.e. you are using the many-to-many approach), you must update each console separately by logging on to that console and performing the steps in “To check for updates to CCleaner Network,” above.