We have exciting news—the 2022 SAPIEN software releases are here! We are also pleased to announce the added support for PowerShell 7.2.1 in both PowerShell Studio and PrimalScript. You can view all product updates on the SAPIEN Product Version History page.
How to get the 2022 Software Release
Whether you have an Annual Subscription or a Perpetual License with active maintenance, the process is the same—we like to keep things simple.
The latest releases are available to download and install as part of the regular update cycle for your SAPIEN product(s). If you are a current customer and have an Annual Subscription, or your Perpetual License software’s maintenance is active, you get a FREE upgrade to the 2022 versions! How awesome is that?
There are several ways to download the newest builds:
- From your SAPIEN Account: Select Registered Products, then select your registered software to download.
- From a machine running your SAPIEN software product: From the Help menu in your SAPIEN software, select Check for Updates.
- From the SAPIEN Software page: All products can be downloaded from their respective product pages.
To learn more about the product versions you have installed and how to manage them, check out this overview of the SAPIEN Update Tool.
If your software’s maintenance has expired, please send an email to email@example.com for available purchasing options to get you back under active maintenance. Subscriptions must be purchased directly through our SAPIEN Online Store.
Get SAPIEN Software
All SAPIEN Perpetual Licenses and Annual Subscriptions come with basic support in our community support forums, as well as a full year of free upgrades to all minor service builds and major product version releases. We also offer an elevated support option, Premium Support, at an additional cost per year. Premium Support gives you access to our direct technical ticketing system, with a guaranteed response time of 24 hours and personalized attention until the issue has been resolved.
Here are some options for you to Buy, Try, Learn, and Ask: