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Subject DO NOT REPLY [Bug 39243] - Can't post files larger than 128k onto ssl client cert secured site
Date Sun, 04 Mar 2007 14:38:24 GMT
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------- Additional Comments From asfbugzilla@gnosys.biz  2007-03-04 06:38 -------
[somewhat sheepishly]: After all the discussion, and rereading documentation and
config files and the bug report several times over, I noticed that my apache
server config file used the SSLVerifyClient Directive at level "optional" and
that the documentation states, "In practice only levels 'none' and 'require' are
really interesting, because level 'optional' doesn't work with all browsers".  I
was also using the SSLVerifyDepth Directive at a depth number of 1.

By commenting out these two directives, I solved the problem.

When I remarked earlier that client certificates were not involved at all, I
mistakenly considered only what was going on with the client, failing to
consider client certificate directives on the server. Apologies if I should have
thought of that sooner, and if I generated a lot of commotion over nothing.


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