[strongSwan] Details of strongSwan on Windows

Noel Kuntze noel.kuntze+strongswan-users-ml at thermi.consulting
Sat May 19 22:34:02 CEST 2018


1) swanctl does, like charon on any other platform and in any other form. You can configure charon-svc to run swanctl --load-all when it starts or run it manually.
2) Run it as service and as administrator or at least with the necessary rights to access WFP.

Kind regards


On 19.05.2018 03:21, Billy Buckman wrote:
> Hello,
> I am attempting to flesh out the details of the strongSwan Wiki instructions for strongSwan on Windows. However, I have run into two problems.
> #1. How does swanctl.conf ever get used? Does charon-svc look for it automatically?
> #2. When I invoke charon-svc, I receive errors to say that registering WFP provider failed and libcharon-receiver has an unmet dependency.
> Does anyone know the answer to these problems?
> The documentation of the steps taken to arrive at this stage is at:
> https://bbuckman.github.io/strongswan/2018/05/19/strongswan-windows.html#problems
> Billy.

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