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Re: [Openvpn-users] windows path problem

  • Subject: Re: [Openvpn-users] windows path problem
  • From: Timm Wimmers <timm@xxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Mon, 21 May 2007 12:18:26 +0200

Mathijs Kwik schrieb:
> my config-file has
> ca "c:\\Program Files\\OpenVPN\\keys\\ca.crt"
> cert "c:\\Program Files\\OpenVPN\\keys\\winclient1.crt"
> key "c:\\Program Files\\OpenVPN\\keys\\winclient1.key"
> in it

Just use a relative path to your config dir in Un*x style, i.e.

ca	keys/ca.crt
cert	keys/winclient1.crt
key	keys/winclient1.key

Backslashes won't work in OpenVPN (maybe it's a feature to share the
same configfiles on any client OS, who knows?)

Putting the key and certificates in the ".../OpenVPN/config" dir is the
easiest way, then in the certificate section your configfile looks like:

ca	ca.crt
cert	winclient1.crt
key	winclient1.key


P.S. I've never seen a bluescreen on a 303! ;-)

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