Updatecommand not updating

Up until a couple of weeks ago, I was using Kaspersky Internet Security on two of my desktop computers only without a single issue, and about ten days ago, I uninstalled the Norton Antivirus from my HP notebook and installed Kaspersky Internet Security as I had a spare license key with me.After installing the KIS, I activated the product by entering the license key and then manually updated the database to the latest available version. It’s one of the best, if not the best, security application developers for Windows operating system.Its antivirus and internet security products are the most popular ones and offer value for money as well.I am trying to get the values out of the update template to use in an update statement in the code behind.When I set the var values, it is setting the original text box value and not the edited value.

This did not work for me correctly and very similar to Mike's situation.

databinding the grid control on every postback (returning it to its original state).

Also, as from the snippets you have pasted is not clear how the control gets populated, you may take a look at the following articles on suggested way to populate Rad Grid when using CRUD operations and make sure you are using one of them: - Advanced Data-binding (using Need Data Source event) - Declarative Data Source All the best, Rosen the Telerik team Do you want to have your say when we set our development plans?

More specifically the fact that I’ve needed to apply them to some of my older HP Desktops and Laptops so we could deploy Windows 10 1511 reliably.

Moving forwards this was going to be an issue as we are looking to upgrade our entire business to Windows 10 CBB later in the year.

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I definitely did not want to be in a position where we were manually updating BIOS versions.

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