[stunnel-users] winsock permissions issue (i.e. WSAEACCES 10013 / 0x271D)
teward at thomas-ward.net
Wed Jun 24 21:51:42 CEST 2020
Windows has its own Firewall that may interfere.Also Sophos might detect it as a disallowed app category and block it, which requires altering of the Sophos policies to permit it.Sent from my Sprint Samsung Galaxy Note10+.
-------- Original message --------From: "Coviello, Paul" <pcoviello at ccsusa.com> Date: 6/24/20 15:30 (GMT-05:00) To: Brent Kimberley <brent_kimberley at rogers.com>, stunnel-users at stunnel.org Cc: teward at thomas-ward.net, chris at christopherschultz.net Subject: RE: winsock permissions issue (i.e. WSAEACCES 10013 / 0x271D)
It’s an internal connection to our database server, no firewall to go through, hmmm unless Sophos doesn’t like it…
From: Brent Kimberley [mailto:brent_kimberley at rogers.com]
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Subject: winsock permissions issue (i.e. WSAEACCES 10013 / 0x271D)
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With respect to your winsock permissions issue (i.e. WSAEACCES 10013 / 0x271D), did you open the port in your firewall and authorize communication via anti-virus?
> Hi I have a windows 10 machine that I?ve got this running on, and the
> screen shot below is what I keep getting and I am unable to find the issue,
> Can someone please shed some light as to what is wrong? And what else you may need.
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