While Centrestack has been upgraded to the latest releases, some vendors report that windows client downloaded from web portal is still an old version.
One cause is that the Centrestack has an old version of windows client branded and hasn't configured to auto brand the client during the upgrade. Thus it keeps downloading the old branded msi file.
There are two ways to fix the issue.
1. Brand the msi package again
Login to web portal as cluster admin. Go to Cluster Branding, Windows client. Here, click 'Edit' to brand MSI package again.
Notice you'll need to use your own code sign certificate, to sign the branded msi file. It is not the same as SSL certificate. Need to purchase it separately.
Also check 'Auto generate branded msi package after each upgrade'. It will brand the new msi automatically after each upgrade.
2. Reset the branding to use default white labeled msi package
The cluster admin can choose to reset the branding, via RESET BRANDED PACKAGE. It will delete the branded msi package. This way, when user downloads the msi package, it will use the default white labeled package.
Cluster admin can still specify the application icon and drive icon in windows client branding. It will not require it to brand the msi package. Just specify the icons and click 'APPLY' here.