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OpenSSL, ModSSL

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Hi Experts,

Can I get clear step-by-step instructions on how to install OpenSSL and ModSSL onto Apache2 under Windows 2000 Server.  Perl is the main scripting language in case it's needed.  I need to have these two modules installed before I can set up a secure https: page.

Thanks!
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Hi kesea,

The Apache + SSL on Win32 HOWTO
http://tud.at/programm/apache-ssl-win32-howto.php3

Building Apache 2.0.58 for Windows 2000/XP
http://www.devside.net/web/server/windows/apache

Hope this helps!

Josh
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Here's another one for good measure:

Installing Apache 2 with mod_ssl
http://sis36.berkeley.edu/projects/streek/howto/apache_2_0_49_mod_ssl-install.html
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first link helped alot, esp with getting the openssl config file ;)  Tricky tricky.
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Glad I could help!
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