[stunnel-users] No Taskbar Icon

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Thu Sep 25 15:54:56 CEST 2014


Thanks Michal,

Personally, I only need to examine the ST GUI if there is a problem or 
to confirm a configuration change.  Manually starting the GUI or 
creating a scheduled task which starts the GUI at logon is easy enough 
for the end user to accomplish, IMHO.

I mostly use ST on Windows servers, so the most important thing to me is 
having ST start reliably, as a service, and function whether a user has 
logged on or not.

Thank you for all of your hard work and for providing this indispensable 
tool.




On 09.25.2014 06:26, Michal Trojnara wrote:
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> Hi Guys,
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> The proper solution is to move the GUI to a separate process.
>
> There will be two separate logical components:
>   - Network server running as an NT service or a user process.
>   - GUI client always running as the current user.
>
> The stunnel process executed by the current user will first check
> whether an existing network server (possibly running as NT service) is
> already started:
>   - On success, it will communicate with the server over a named pipe.
>   - On failure, it will start a new network server as the current user.
>
> This feature is already on my TODO list
> http://www.stunnel.org/sdf_todo.html
> waiting for a sponsor, or for me to have some spare time...
>
> Mike
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