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    Hello, During the install, the default port specified is 9119 - and this should have created a binding with your certificate on this port. I believe the reason port 443 was not created, was because you did not change the default binding of 9119 to 443. You can now delete 9119 since you have 443 working. Regards Click Studios
  3. SSL redirect

    Hello, Following your screenshot I was able to determine it had not created the binding for https on 443, I created the binding and selected the correct SSL cert. Changed the database back to force SSL, and it all seems to be loading fine. One question, should it have created this binding during installation? As I did not see any step indicating I needed to do this. Also I have port 9119 in there and it was an option during install to chose this port. However that port doesn't seem to load anything ? What is it used for, is it necessary to leave this port open ?
  4. SSL redirect

    Here you go:
  5. Okay - thanks. We'll have a look at the other post.
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  7. Funky monkeys! That's great!
  8. I was able to get it working with R1. The install worked flawlessly, I decided to just start fresh reload my VM with server 2012 and load SQL server 2016 R1. however after I completed the setup in the web interface and tried to login I started having the issue outlined in this topic. https://www.clickstudios.com.au/community/index.php?/topic/2092-ssl-redirect/&tab=comments#comment-5363
  9. SSL redirect

    I'am not using load balancers. I'm sorry but I'm not very familiar with IIS, where can I find the bindings you are looking for ?
  10. LDAP over SSL

    Thanks Guys
  11. Hello Everyone, In a recent virus definition update on Windows Server 2016, Windows Defender seems to be quarantining the file c:\inetpub\passwordstate\bin\AgileDotNet.VMRuntime.dll for some customers - this does not seem to affect other operating systems at this stage. When this happens, it will prevent access to Passwordstate. This is a false/positive by Microsoft, as you can see from the scan below from virustotal.com. if you experience this issue, please follow section '5. Manual Upgrade Instructions' in the following document to update all files again - https://www.clickstudios.com.au/downloads/version8/Upgrade_Instructions.pdf We also recommend setting up an exception in Windows Defender, to prevent this from occurring again, until we can organize with Microsoft to fix this. Regards Click Studios
  12. LDAP over SSL

  13. Hi Buckit, Yes it will - we keep track of the last Audiit record sent, and if it errors it will just start from the last successfully sent record. Regards Click Studios
  14. LDAP over SSL

    That's great! I love that you've added this!
  15. Awesome sauce! But does this also mean that PasswordState will hold onto any messages it could not send because the host was down?
  16. Hello TJ, We've released Build 8256 today, and added support for your request above. This can be changed on the screen Administration -> System Settings -> Password Options tab. Regards Click Studios
  17. Hello All, We've released Build 8256 today, which allows you to now specify TCP for sending Auditing data to Syslog servers. This can be enabled on the screen Administration -> System Settings -> Proxy & Syslog Servers. Regards Click Studios
  18. LDAP over SSL

    Hi Everyone, We've released Build 8256 today, which now supports LDAP over SSL (LDAPS) for communicating with Active Directory. This can be enabled/disabled per domain, on the screen Administration -> Active Directory Domains. Regards Click Studios
  19. Hi Everyone, Today we have release build 8256, which includes 10 updates and 4 bug fixes. Full changelog can be found here - https://www.clickstudios.com.au/passwordstate-changelog.aspx Regards Click Studios
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  21. Problems to Start Passwordstate

    Hello dkraklan, The only time we've seen where the SSL certificate is not bound to the site in IIS is when the operating system is not set to English - is this the case for you? Below is a screenshot of where you can find the bindings and place to select the certificate. Regards Click Studios
  22. Hello dkraklan, At the time of installing Passwordstate, it does not check what version of SQL Server you are using at all - and you can use any version of SQL Server, from 2012 and above. Did you end up having some success with the install - we've never actually seen the installer hang like this? I saw some other posts from you this morning, so possibly you have it working now. Regards Click Studios
  23. SSL redirect

    Hi dkraklan, Are you also using Load Balancers as well? If not, there should be no need to turn of SSL redirection. If you are not using Load Balancers, can you share screenshots of your bindings in IIS, and what certificate is being used? Thanks Click Studios
  24. Problems to Start Passwordstate

    Hello, I'm experiencing this same issue, could you elaborate on what I need to exactly do in the IIS manager for the password safe site? I've found the cert but not sure what I need to change.
  25. SSL redirect

    I ran into this problem tonight, however I had to runn the following query SELECT ForceSSL FROM SystemSettings then change the value from True to False , not sure if you guys are using the numbers anymore or if that is something SQL studio does but running your command did not work.
  26. One thing I did notice is that the only download I can find for SQL express 2016 is R1 which is not what shows in the guide, would this cause an issue? EDIT: It seems like with the R1 it provides many more feature selections, so I unchecked everything that was not needed and made sure the ones in the guide are checked, hoping this reolsves it will keep everyone posted.
  27. Hello, I followed the instructions for installing on 2012 R2 , however it seems to be a bit outdated because in the SQL setup there was some pages with alot more options however I left these default and changed what was outlined in the guide. When I go to run the passwordstate.exe i get to the point where I click install and then it just sits at this window for hours. https://i.imgur.com/NUqsctP.png I've tried running it as admin, starting it over, but no matter what it just keeps doing this, I let it run for 3+ hours and it still was doing this. I'm not even sure where to start to debug this or if there is even install logs. Any advice is welcome.
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