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michelis

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OpenSSL does not run in w10 Home, may be OT
« on: December 03, 2019, 04:22:47 AM »
Hi, Im working in a new Notebook which has w10 Home single language OS
When trying to run the openssl.exe, even runninig it using cmd and admin Im gettig the error attached.
This openssl.exe runs ok in a w10 Pro.
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Re: OpenSSL does not run in w10 Home, may be OT
« Reply #1 on: December 03, 2019, 04:56:13 AM »
Hi, Im working in a new Notebook which has w10 Home single language OS
When trying to run the openssl.exe, even runninig it using cmd and admin Im gettig the error attached.
This openssl.exe runs ok in a w10 Pro.

Hi, i faces a similar problem with the openssl.exe file. Did you try to right click and run as administrator? (even if you are an administrator in the machine).


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Re: OpenSSL does not run in w10 Home, may be OT
« Reply #2 on: December 03, 2019, 05:06:53 AM »
Yes, the pic is a windows error that appears when running openssl.exe using DOS and as admin.

By the way, the same are running ok in a w10 pro and other OSs
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Re: OpenSSL does not run in w10 Home, may be OT
« Reply #3 on: December 03, 2019, 06:09:28 AM »
Hi Alberto:
In my case, this instructions help me figure it out the problem i had with openssl.exe in my apps. In my case, was a permission error, maybe in yours just needs to reinstall the run time libraries per Bruce instructions.

https://www.capesoft.com/docs/NetTalk11/NetTalkWebSecure.htm#Troubleshooting

1.   Get a capture using Process Monitor while reproducing the error message. (See General Systems: The basics of using Process Monitor.)
https://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/sysinternals/bb896645
2.   Search the Process Monitor log for "ACCESS DENIED" to determine which file is causing the error.
3.   Navigate to that file in Windows Explorer / File Explorer.
4.   Right-click the file and select Properties.
5.   Click the Security tab.
6.   You may see the message "You must have Read permissions to view the properties of this object." Regardless of whether that message appears or not, click the Advanced button.
7.   Click Add and enter the username for the problematic user account. (You could also enter the name of a group that the problematic account belongs to, like Administrators or Everyone.)
8.   Check the box next to "Full control" and click OK.
9.   Try running openssl.exe inside that was giving the error.
10.   There may be multiple files with permissions issues, so if you still get the same error message you will need to repeat steps 1-9 until the error goes away