thanks for that... I am using the InstallShield Multiplatform 5, which
appears not to like the files I got from you :(
Also, I am trying to compile the CoSign IIS project, which relies on the
libsnet. Where can I get the project for this? I see it is included in the
cosign server source but I am wondering if there is the VS .net 2003 (or
equiv) project files I can use :) - perhaps these could also be included
in the cosign CVS to make a compilation easier??
Is there anything else I am going to need to compile it. I have already
compiled the openssl for Win32, what about the MS XML thingy?
Also, you may or may not know the security bulletin release for OpenSSL
suggesting upgrading to OpenSSL 0.9.7d (exploits I think)
Thanks for your help.
Information Technology Systems and Services
The University of Auckland
Phone: +64 9 3737 599 extn 86499
Mobile: +64 21 757 096
[mailto:jarod@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf Of jarod@xxxxxxxxx
Sent: Tuesday, 20 April 2004 8:55 a.m.
To: Brett Lomas; 'Cosign Discussion'
Subject: RE: runtime requirements for IISCosign
Sorry for the delayed response. I was out sick for a few days and am
working through my e-mail in reverse chronological order. :)
I did a quick zip of the Installshield Project 7 files. So if anything
is missing, please let me know. You (or anyone else) can grab them from
here for now. <http://www-personal.umich.edu/~jarod/projects/cosign/>
MD5 sum: 37bc174c4c9aab2fb5cbfbe7a8f80a14
Note there are two items that will be unzipped. One is the actual
Installshield project the other is a Visual Studio .NET project. The
latter is just a custom dialog box I put together since Installshield
didn't quite provide the customizable dialog I thought would be useful.
You'll also probably want the contents of the latest IISCosign installer
itself. (The IS project undoubtedly points to files in directories that
aren't on your machine.)
I'll work on getting this into CVS to make this easier in the future.
Any critiques, updates, or suggestions are appreciated!
--University of Michigan
--On Thursday, April 15, 2004 9:08 AM +1200 Brett Lomas
> Hi Jarod,
> Can I get the InstallShield 7 project files? Could these be included in
> the IISCosign CVS project?
> Brett Lomas
> Integration Architect
> Information Technology Systems and Services
> The University of Auckland
> New Zealand
> Phone: +64 9 3737 599 extn 86499
> Mobile: +64 21 757 096
> -----Original Message-----
> From: jarod@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
> [mailto:jarod@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf Of
> jarod@xxxxxxxxx Sent: Tuesday, 13 April 2004 9:56 a.m.
> To: Phil Pishioneri; Cosign Discussion
> Subject: Re: runtime requirements for IISCosign
> Almost everything you need to run IISCosign is included with the
> installer. The installer registers the MSXML 4.0 dlls for you. (If
> you'd like to make sure, check to see that msxml4.dll and msxmlr4.dll
> are in your
> \windows\system32 folder.)
> The extra run-time requirements involves SSL certificates. You will
> need a certificate authority file as well as a private key and a signed
> certificate. The installer comes with the umweb.CA file which is pretty
> useless to anyone outside of U-M. If you'd like to customize the
> installer for your organization -- anybody -- we can get you the source
> code and project files for the installer. It uses Installshield 7.
> Also feel free to provide any suggestions to make the installer more
> institutionally agnostic. That is something we can certainly provide!
> Were you having trouble getting IISCosign to load? Did any of this
> --Jarod Malestein
> --University of Michigan
> --On Monday, April 12, 2004 5:36 PM -0400 Phil Pishioneri <pgp@xxxxxxx>
> > Using the pre-built IISCosignInstaller 1.0.0 on Win2k3, IIS 6:
> > I've found the extra registry key, and permissions that need to be set
> > for Win 2003, and did those.
> > Also found references to libsnet, OpenSSL, and MSXML at cowboybebop.
> > Do I need to install MSXML and a separate OpenSSL (one appears to be
> > included in the installation) just for run-time support? (libsnet is
> > listed as only required if you want to compile IISCosign.)