[stunnel-users] Stunnel Windows Server 2008 R2
541401 at gmail.com
541401 at gmail.com
Sat Aug 23 16:39:26 CEST 2014
Thanks again Pierre, with V 5.03 I had installed Stunnel in a non-system
directory named "bin\stunnel" in the root of the C: drive, which
contained the stunnel.conf and stunnel executable files. Permissions
were set for full access by "everyone". 5.03, as a service, would still
not read the CONF file. I very much appreciate your assistance!
On 23.Aug.14 06:42, Pierre DELAAGE wrote:
> You will find that in the code itself...
> By default the conf file should be located in the "current" directory
> : ie where the executable is.
> But, if you have placed the stuff in "c:\program files..." this folder
> may have specific access rights that prevent a service to read from it.
> This is why I suggest that you retry v5.03 with giving "read access to
> everyone" on that folder and any file inside.
> Pierre Delaage
> Le 22/08/2014 03:47, 541401 at gmail.com a écrit :
>> Thanks for the reply Mike. I scoured the documentation and was
>> unable to find how to point the service to any specific configuration
>> file, can you point me in the right direction?
>> On 21.Aug.14 18:20, Michael Curran wrote:
>>> Were you able to confirm the service is pointing at stunnel.conf and
>>> not stunnel.cfg maybe?
>>> > Date: Thu, 21 Aug 2014 16:43:16 -0700
>>> > From: 541401 at gmail.com
>>> > To: stunnel-users at stunnel.org
>>> > Subject: [stunnel-users] Stunnel Windows Server 2008 R2
>>> > I have installed stunnel 5.03 on Windows Server 2008 R2 X64. When I
>>> > run it as an application it works perfectly. When I install and
>>> run the
>>> > service, it starts but the start notice window, title bar, says
>>> > 5.03 win32 (not configured). It appears that the stunnel service
>>> is not
>>> > reading the stunnel.conf.
>>> > If anyone has any suggestions how I can successfully run stunnel as a
>>> > service, I would be very appreciative.
>>> > Thank you!
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