IIS: Tarball for Windows as well #629

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zimmerle opened this Issue Dec 20, 2013 · 2 comments

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zimmerle commented Dec 20, 2013

Experienced system administrator may want to use the ModSecurity/dependencies DLLs directly, instead of use our installer. The idea is to provide a Zip file with all ModSecurity dependencies and ModSecurity DLL as long as instructions, so that, those system admin will be able to make their own custom installation/configuration.

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Instead of a zip file the msi package now has an option to register or not ModSecurityIIS dll inside the IIS, making possible to install(/uninstall) the files without register the DLL which historically has being shown the problematic part of the installer. Code is under test at branch iis_installer: https://github.com/SpiderLabs/ModSecurity/tree/iis_installer

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Instead of a zip file the msi package now has an option to register or not ModSecurityIIS dll inside the IIS, making possible to install(/uninstall) the files without register the DLL which historically has being shown the problematic part of the installer. Code is under test at branch iis_installer: https://github.com/SpiderLabs/ModSecurity/tree/iis_installer

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Fixed by: 831e598

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zimmerle commented Feb 26, 2014

Fixed by: 831e598

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