Microsoft365 Consultant and Microsoft Certified Trainer

It’s a while that I wrote a blogpost. But today I have some time for it.

A couple of weeks ago I logged in my Unifi Controller, which is running in Docker on my Synology DS918+, to do some network changes. But in the upper right corner there was a pop-up saying that there was a new version available for download.

What’s new in this version 5.10.12:
1. Wi-Fi Experience Score
2. Stability, Performance and Security Updates
3. Dark Mode
4. Automatic Network Optimization
5. Visual enhancements
6. Bug Fixes

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The blogpost about to setup the controller in Docker, can you find here.

UCUpdate

Are you ready? Yes? Follow the steps below to update your Unifi Controller on Docker.

docker

Open the Docker window / application

downloadimage

Go to Registry and search for the jacobalberty/unifi image and download this image

taglatest

Choose “latest” as tag and click select

systemevent

Wait until the image is downloaded

stoppedstate

After the image is downloaded, stop the container with the controller

clear

After the container is stopped, click “Actions” and then “Clear”

warning

Click “Yes” in the warning pop-up

runningstate

And start the controller again

Go to your Controller website and you will see some welcome screens.
Your controller is now updated….

I hope that this blog post is helpful for you and see you next time.