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* It is recommended that you close all other applications before starting Setup. This will make it possible to update relevant system files without having to reboot your computer.
* Customers upgrading Windows Agents from 2.x to 3.14 or later versions no longer require a manual uninstall of the 2.x Windows Agent. Users running the 3.14 installer will be prompted during installation to remove the 2.x Agent (if detected). The installer will remove all 2.x binaries and require a reboot and re-run of the 3.14 installer to complete the installation process.
* The 3.18.0 release contained an updated driver to support new features and/or fixes. If you are upgrading from an earlier release or are performing a new installation of 3.18.2, a reboot is required for proper operation of the Windows Agent. This is not a forced reboot as the user has to approve the reboot by selecting "Yes" or "No" during the installation process.
* The upgrade will change the java heap size to 50% of physical memory if the {{server.conf}} file has been customized with a higher value. Reserving more than 50% of a system's memory for the Java Heap can result in situations where not enough memory is available to the CDP server for non-heap memory or for other applications running on the system. For more information, see [Configuring Enterprise Edition on Windows].
* Customers upgrading from version 3.10 with Archiving Limits set prior to the upgrade will need to reset archive limits post-upgrade. This can be easily accomplished using the bulk edit feature, which can be accessed via the Policy tab.