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    Ingo Wagner supported this idea  · 
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    Ingo Wagner commented  · 

    If you install Plesk for Windows and enable the openssl extension for any PHP version, the default path will be c:\usr\local\ssl\openssl.cnf, which is non-existent.

    So by default, openssl will never work without the following manual steps on the host:

    - mkdir c:\usr\local\ssl\
    - Copy C:\Program Files (x86)\Plesk\admin\conf\openssl.cnf to c:\usr\local\ssl\
    - Set Read Permissions / ACL on c:\usr\local\ssl\openssl.cnf

    This way the end user is not able to customize the file though, as it will be global for all websites. If you could set it to e.g. {WEBSPACEROOT}, the end user would have the option to supply his own openssl.cnf (or have it put there automatically by the webhoster) and customize settings.

    If not, at least have the c:\usr\local\ssl\openssl.cnf created by the setup routine, so openssl works out of the box, with no manual steps necessary.

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