[Mono-list] mono on Windows 2003/IIS6

Shay1975 sheamus.morrissey at northdoor.co.uk
Wed Jun 6 10:36:08 EDT 2007

Found the problem...Novell is looking for the Mono.Security.dll in the
following location on 2003


A good way to find out is to download filemon and this will tell you where
Mono is trying to be accessed from. 

Would have been nice for this to be in some sort of installation
documentation from mono all the same....

Hope this helps someone

Shay1975 wrote:
> Hi, I have been trying to get mono working on Windows 2003 with
> Novell.Directory.Ldap for SSL authentication against eDirectory. I have
> managed to get it working locally but I am using XP/IIS 5. But the same
> set up on Windows 2003 keeps returning the error  LdapException: (114) SSL
> Provider not found  I have looked on the web extensively and know this is
> related to the Novell.Directory.ldap not being able to access the
> Mono.Security.dll for the SSL bind. I have placed this dll in the System32
> folder as per various forums suggested and in the applications bin
> directory, and still no change. I have tried changing various permissions
> (IIS_WPG) to have full control to the Mono.Security file, but no change. 
> Like I mentioned I have mono running locally with no problems on
> XP/IIS 5 but am unable to get it running on a test server (Windows
> 2003/IIS6). Do you have any suggestions as to anything I could look at as
> I have run out of ideas?  Regards  Sheamus   
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