Yoni Posted January 10, 2012 Report Share Posted January 10, 2012 Hi, I have written a guide to secure the Uniform Server and lock it down at the NTFS level for a production environment. In the process I noticed that apache loads libmysql.dll library from X:\Uniserver\usr\local\mysql\bin instead of loading it from X:\Uniserver\usr\local\php as I've seen from previous versions. In my attempt to lock down my Uniserver I denied apache's access (NTFS permissions) to X:\Uniserver\usr\local\mysql folder. I copied libmysql.dll to my PHP folder and edited apache's httpd.conf to load the libmysql.dll from the new location (X:\Uniserver\usr\local\php) Is it there any specific reason why UniServer Coral 8.0.0 is delivering the libmysql.dll in the mysql folder instead of any other location? I really want to understand the propose of it because in my opinion it only prevented me from locking out my apache service from accessing the mysql folder to load this dll, momentarily. By the way, the guide to strength the UniServer security can be found at http://geeks.gotdns.com/archives/uniform-s...rvices-security Maybe someone wants to add a link to it in the wiki. Your suggestions and improvements are always welcome. Quote <p class="bbc_center"><span style="font-size:12px;"><strong>Yoni</strong></span></p> Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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