The modern and easy to use Bosch Video Security Client version 3.2 provides you the following new features:
More cameras per site Now you can view up to 256 cameras per site.
Easy mobile access to BVMS Use the Bosch Video Security Client or Bosch Video Security App from your mobile device to log in to your Bosch Video Management System (BVMS Lite and Plus, version 10.0 or higher) to keep an eye on all your properties.
Better Navigation The new clear structure of the navigation side bar allows you fast and easy selecting of and switching between your camera views.
Proxy support (on Windows only) Access your cameras, your DIVAR IPs or other sites via a proxy server with Video Security Client on Windows.
For more details see the attached pdf-document and the release letter, which can be found in the Bosch Download Store and in the Bosch product catalog.
BVMS Installer - Windows Pending Restart Message
The pop-up dialog window message: "Setup has detected a pending restart. Please reboot the system and rerun the installation" appears when attempting to run the valid BVMS windows installer package.
BVMS Installer Pending Restart Message
This is a known Windows specific problem when another (non-BVMS) installer does not properly manage its creation and deletion of the “PendingFileRenameOperations” registry key. The most common user created way for this key value to be left resident in the system is when an installation prompts for a restart, yet the system is not expeditiously restarted.
A. Restart the affected workstation
B. If the issue still persists, delete the orphaned "PendingFileRenameOperations" registry key value
Open a registry editor, such as Regedit.exe or Regedt32.exe.
Navigate to "HKLM\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Control\Session Manager\"
In the right navigation pane, right-click the "PendingFileRenameOperations" key value and select delete
Close Registry Editor.
Run the software Installer again as Administrator
Note: This message is not a Bosch product failure message. This is a problem within windows and it's registry clean-up handling. This is a Windows work around.