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#10218 outdated Failed to load SSL libraries Do not touch Data3 Corp
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Hi We have a few clients that receive the message "Failed to load SSL libraries" when trying to connect to our FileZilla Server. Our Users are currently running FileZilla 3.10.1.1 and our FileZilla Server version is 0.9.43. We understand that there are newer versions of the FileZilla Server, but since this server is in production we do not want upgrade (which will affect other clients) until we know for sure other that it will address this issue. Other Technical information about this issue is:

We have currently set up the Server to use FTPS on Port 990. The Server Certificate is a FileZilla generated cert using TLS 1.2 On the Server when the connection fails we can see a message in the log: "431 Could not initialize SSL connection"

The clients are set to use: Protocol: FTP- File Transfer Protocal Encryption: Require implicit FTP over TLS Logon Type: Normal

Additional information can be provided. ANY help with this issue will be greatly appreciated! Good Day, Chris K

#4240 outdated Latest update destroyed zilla this is the worst!!!! Anyone that can help NOW Dave10
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I did not want to up date as I am in the middle of a huge project but after I said no to update the program locked up.

Ok so I did the u/d bam it doesn't work at all now freezes right up.

when I try to shut down the computer the send error and end program go into a tango together......

I'm not furious just very disappointed

please help NOW

#10813 wontfix Updating to latest version trashed FZ installation DaveBerk
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Win 7 Pro. A few minutes ago, I clicked the "New version available" button from within FZ and followed the prompts. Things progressed in an orderly way until the prompt that told me a FileZilla exe was still running and that all running FZ apps should be exited before updating. There was no *visible* FZ exe running at that point, and I'm sorry to say (as I had had no trouble with preceding updates initiated AT START-UP of FZ and hence wasn't paying much attention to the update process) I don't recall what the choices were, but whatever I chose has resulted in my entire FZ installation being deleted except for the exe file (dated 2/29/16).

So this method of updating (from the BUTTON) appears to not kill the running FZ.

No back-up, my fault.

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