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RE: Using UM certificate for cosign

I've tried install cosign filter on IIS 6 with Windows 2003 several times in
accordance with instructions in README. Cosign filter status is "Up" but
priority is *Unknown*. I looked with FileMonitor and it looks like
cosign.dll never accessed. I set up all permissions but there are no any
records in "Logs" directory.
Does somebody was able to make cosign work with IIS6 and W2003.
I don't think that this problems related to certificates but would
appreciate if you describe how cosign use .key file and .cert file.
Thank you for any advices.
Konstantin Voyk.

-----Original Message-----
From: jarod@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
[mailto:jarod@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf Of jarod@xxxxxxxxx
Sent: Monday, April 19, 2004 4:05 PM
To: Konstantin Voyk; cosign@xxxxxxxxx; 'Cosign Discussion'
Subject: Re: Using UM cerfificate for cosign


(This response is assuming you're still working with IISCosign, yes?)  If 
you already have a UM-signed certificate all you need to do is change some 
settings in your cosign.dll.config file.

<CAFilePath> should still point to umwebCA.pem.
<ChainFilePath> should indicate the folder where your certificate, *.cert 
file, is.
<PrivateKeyFilePath> points to the location of the private key file.

Restart IIS and the new settings will be recognized by IISCosign.

--Jarod Malestein
--University of Michigan

--On Monday, April 19, 2004 10:45 AM -0400 Konstantin Voyk 
<kvoyk@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:

> Hi Everybody,
> I have UM client/server certificate and would like use it for cosign.
> Could somebody explain me how can I do it or point me to a right source?
> Thank you,
> Konstantin Voyk
> (734) 615-3816
> kvoyk@xxxxxxxxx
> Infotech, Law School
> University of Michigan

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