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Release Dates 

Version – 23rd May, 2013

Release Information

 Upgrade procedure

            Administrative permission is required for installation.

            1.    Get the currently installed CATC version from: 

                  ·    Windows Registry or

                        ·    Add Remove Programs for WindowsServer 2003 or

                        ·    Programs and Features for Windows Server 2008 and onwards

            2.    Download CATC installer.


Compatible Cyberoam Version


Up to 10.01.0 Build 678


10.01.0 Build 739 onwards


10.01.0 Build 739 onwards

Upgrading from v to v requires reconfiguration of the Cyberoam IP Address, Exclusion List, Maximum Log Size and Logout Polling Time.

3.    Double-click the downloaded CATC installer and follow the on-screen steps. 

Revision History


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Reference Section

Revision Details







This document contains the release notes for Cyberoam Authentication for Thin Client (CATC) Version The following sections describe the release in detail.

1. Support of long user name

Cyberoam now extends support of 20 characters for the user name/login name for all domains for logging through CATC client. The domain name can also be a sub-domain, such as

With this enhancement, Active Directory users with long username suffixed by domain or sub-domain will now be able to login to Cyberoam through CATC client. 

Prior to this version, only 9 characters were supported for the user name with sub-domain.

Following are the examples of valid usernames:



CATC Information
From this version onwards, the "About" tab is added to provide the information about the Client Suite, its version details and the legal information.
Bugs Solved

Bug ID – 7
Description – CATC user cannot login if the Domain name of terminal server is more than thirteen characters. 

Bug ID – 43
Description – Functionality of ERP application ceases to function, if it is installed along with CATC client on same Windows 2003 Server.  

Bug ID – 47
Description – User is not able to log in into Cyberoam through CATC client, if the username contains special characters “$”, “%” and “ñ”. 

Bug ID – 57
Description – CATC does not authenticate the user when UAC is ON in Windows 2008 Server and above. This is observed when user tries to login using Internet Explorer 8 or above.



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