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David Somers wrote: > I was compiling directly from the OpenSSL sources (as grabbed from their CVS > repository)... I just followed the instructions in > openssl/openssl/install.w32, and it built the versions and got them sans > _vc71. Do you build openssl a different way? I modify the output name. You need to do this as the two DLLs aren't compatible and it's not unusual to have a VC6 compiled version on a system (really it should also be different for debug and release also as they're different). I never got around to filing a feature request with openssl to have their build do this automatically but it probably needs doing. > > So, I guess that in release, the vn_rcs should be "1.2" and not NULL. > vn_rcs only matters if you're connecting to the remote server. It may be set my other means though. If all you're getting is T_REMOVE_FILE then just put that in the 'not modified' list on the switch statement... Tony