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|#4608||fixed||3.2.6-rc1 edit file - certificate problem|
If i connect to a tls server the certificate is ok (set it to always accept), but when i edit a file the popup to accept the certificate comes sometimes (i think when i haven't submitted something for a longer time) and also when i click always it helps nothing. (I have a self signed certifikate) On FileZilla 3.2.5 the problem was not here. New GNUTLS!?
|#4609||fixed||Filezilla Server does not accept connections on server startup or reboot|
I have installed 0.9.3.1 beta on Windows Server 2003. I have it running as a system service. After install and setup I had no issues connecting with either an FTP client or via the FileZilla Server Administration Console.
After rebooting the server, FileZilla Server doesn't accept connections from the administration console. The administration console run locally shows that it has connected to the server and then says "connected, waiting for authentication"
It stops there.
If I run the administration console on another machine it can't connect to the server at all.
This can be resolved if I go into Task Manager on the server and kill the FileZilla Server.exe process, then start the FileZilla Server service either by going to services.msc or using the shortcut in the start menu. After I restarting the service connections are accepted normally from FTP clients, the local admin console, and an admin console run on a another computer.
IIS is installed on the server but all the services related to it are set to manual and are not running (IIS Admin Service, FTP Publishing Service, HTTP SSL, World Wide Web Publishing Service). When I first discovered this problem I thought these services were at fault so I set them to manual and stopped them but it did not resolve the issue.
We also have McAfee antivirus 8.5i installed and running and windows system firewall is off.
|#4611||fixed||Message box keeps on popping up|
Here's what I do: *Open Filezilla client *Connect to my website using the website manager *Right click on an index.php file *Choose "Vis/Rediger" (English: View/Edit)
The file is downloaded but my virus scanner (Avast!) pops up with "A Virus Was Found!"
I push "No Action" (or any other button in the Avast! GUI) and Filezilla Client will show a message box: "Failed to retrieve file times for 'c:\Users\ata\AppData\Local\Temp\fz3temp-2\index.php' (error 5: adgang nægtet)"
"adgang nægtet" means "access denied"
And now for the bug: When I push the OK button, the message box pops up again with the exact same message. This behaviour continues every time I push the OK button.
The only way to close Filezilla client is to use the windows program manager.