[Gpg4win-users-en] Kleopatra and redirected folders
aheinecke at intevation.de
Wed Dec 13 08:05:51 CET 2017
On Tuesday 12 December 2017 13:04:28 CET Paul Stuffins wrote:
> I am running Gpg4win on a Windows 10 machine with Outlook 2016 that is
> attached to a Windows Domain and all domain users have redirected folders
> set up to allow for ease of backups.
What exactly do you mean by redirected folders? Is it a junction that points
to a different location (is this location a network share?). Or do you somehow
change through settings where the home directories of the users are?
I'm very interested in this as I would like to try to reproduce that setup.
> Whenever I try and send a signed or encrypted email Outlook on my hangs for
> anywhere between 30 seconds and a couple of minutes, before showing me the
> email again, and not sending it at all.
Interesting, this means that the communication with Kleopatra does not work.
We have it on our todo to change GpgOL so that it no longer requires Kleopatra
but thats a bit of a larger issue. ( https://dev.gnupg.org/T3509 )
> There are no error messages that show up anywhere, or at least none that I
> can find.
There might be something in the GpgOL log but it would most likely tell you
"Waiting for the UIServer to start" several times until it hits a timeout.
> I have tried to send an email from a local account, that does not have
> redirected folders, and Outlook/Kleopatra works fine and sends the email as
> Does Kleopatra, or any other part of Gpg4win, not like using redirected
> folders, or is there something I am doing wrong when trying to use
> redirected folders?
It is interesting at the very least. We might have an issue here. GpgOL uses a
"Named Pipe" which is a file / socket thingy that lives in the users home
directory. There may be problems if that directory lives on a Network share /
is redirected somehow.
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