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Old 08-15-2009, 06:32 AM   #1
ZnowZtorM
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Lightbulb ioFTPD 7.0.1 and windows 7

Morning!

Anyone else have a problem useing SSL on a vista/windows 7 machine?
makecert works but ioftpd can´t find it even after i install the cert on my own and not by ioFTPD

> site makecert
200-NAME="ioFTPD" [FTP_Service (Certificate_Name)]
200-Succeeded

200-Failed to load new cert.
500 makecert Directory/File already exists.


the error log says (error.log)
08-14-2009 23:02:55 SSL: "Unable to locate certificate" "name=ioFTPD" "Service=FTP_Service" "(Certificate_name)"
08-14-2009 23:02:55 Unable to generate outbound credentials. (cert=ioFTPD)
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Old 08-15-2009, 10:18 AM   #2
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Found a solution thx to Yil for an old post

open ioftpd.ini

scroll down to

# limit encryption to a particular type: SSL2, SSL3, TLS
# leave this undefined to support any of them
;Encryption_Protocol = SSL3


comment Encryption_Protocol so it supports all encryptions

save and restart ioftpd


PS. old post can be found here:
http://www.flashfxp.com/forum/archiv...p/t-13223.html
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