PGP Desktop 10.0.x and 10.1.x Build Numbers, known issues, and corresponding release numbers for Mac OS X

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This table maps out the different build numbers/version to corresponding PGP Desktop releases for Mac OS x.  As well as a list of known issues that were addressed  or the release notes for the Generally Available releases documenting what’s changed in that release.

The newest currently generally available release is: PGP Desktop 10.2 MP3
The newest hotfix release is: PGP Desktop 10.2 MP3 HF1
Please note this table doesn't address some very specific versions of PGP Desktop. But these are the most common ones seen in support and customers live environments today.
GA - means General Availability. That means that it is available via the Symantec Licensing portal for download which is found at https://licensing.symantec.com
SP - means Service Pack. These are available upon request from support. ou can request a Service Pack release by submitting an online case at https://my.symantec.com/webapp/login or call (800) 721-3934’ and choosing Option 1 for Enterprise Support
HF – means Hotfix – These are not released very often. It’s usually used to only fix one specific “hot” issue. It’s not made generally available. These are also obtained through support. 

Service Pack/Release
 
Build Version
Date released
Known issues addressed in this release/release notes
10.0.0 GA
10.0.0 Build 2732
12/18/2009
10.0.1
GA
10.0.1 Build 420
2/26/2010
10.0.2
GA
10.0.2 Build 13
4/6/2010
10.1.0
GA
10.1.0 Build 860
10/7//2010
 
10.1.0 SP1
10.1.0 Build 1130
-       12/17/10
-       Addressed an issue that would cause PGP Desktop for Mac OS X to prompt for user's passphrase multiple times. [28489]
 
-       Resolved an issue where de-instrumenting a disk drive would not restore the original boot.efi file on Mac OS X systems. [28921]
 
-       Resolved an issue where upgrading to Mac OS X 10.6.5 could cause the system to fail to boot into PGP BootGuard. [28863]
 
-       Addressed an issue on in PGP Desktop for Mac OS X that could cause enrollment failure. [29057]
 
-       Enhanced the ability of PGP Desktop for Mac OS X to handle authentication conditions when the PGP Universal Server authentication cookie is missing in the keychain. [29058]
10.1.0 HF1
10.1.0 Build 1113
-       12/17/10
-       Resolved an issue where upgrading to Mac OS X 10.6.5 could cause the system to fail to boot into PGP BootGuard. [28863]
10.1.1 GA
10.1.1 Build 10
1/17/2011
 
10.1.1 SP1
10.1.1 Build 18
-       2/28/11
-       Resolved an issue that was causing PGP Desktop for Mac OS X users to be prompted for enrollment when connecting to network via Airport. [29277]
 
-       Resolved an issue that was preventing the Mac OS X combo update from installing if the system was Whole Disk encrypted with PGP Whole Disk Encryption. [29220]
 
10.1.2 GA
10.1.2 Build 9
3/25/2011
10.1.2 SP3
10.1.2
Build 50
-        
-       Added support for the German (Switzerland) and French Switczerland keyboards for PGP WDE on Mac OS X systems.[30051]
 
-       Addressed an issue where newer Mac OS X systems running Apple Boot Camp were failing to boot after being encrypted with PGP WDE. [29801]
 
-       Resolved an issue in computers running Mac OS X 64-bit operating systems and specific SSD drives would not boot after being encrypted with PGP Desktop for Mac OS X. [29917]

 A complete list of know issues for PGP Desktop 10.0.x and the release in which they have been resolved is available here: http://www.symantec.com/docs/TECH150005

A complete list of know issues for PGP Desktop 10.1.x and the release in which they have been resolved is available here: http://www.symantec.com/docs/TECH149189

If any have any further questions regarding a specific release version or what’s fixed in a release. Please submit a case online at https://my.symantec.com/webapp/login