|Applies To||RSA Authentication Agent 5.3 for Web for Microsoft IIS|
Microsoft Windows 2000 Server SP4
|Issue||RSA Authentication Agent 5.3 for Web for Microsoft IIS adds invalid PATH setting|
Corrupt PATH value where the string c:\rsawebeagent is appended but separated with a colon character (:) instead of a semicolon (;)
CGI application failures specific to the CGI application
|Cause||RSA Authentication Agent 5.3 for Web for Microsoft Internet Information Services (IIS) does not properly extend the PATH environment variable when invoking CGI processing. A colon character (:) was used as a separator character instead of a semicolon (;) for Window's paths.|
In most instances, this goes unnoticed, but can cause problems for some custom CGI applications. It has been reported as causing problems where the CGI applications are Perl scripts.
|Resolution||The problem has been resolved in a hot fix for RSA Authentication Agent 5.3 for Web for Microsoft IIS. Contact RSA Security Customer Support and request hot fix ID19338.|
1. Log in to the agent system as the Administrator. Stop the web site through IIS.
2. Go to the RSA WebAgent installation directory (default: C:\Program Files\RSA Security\RSAWebAgent) and then to its sub-directory "WebID"
3. Rename the existing copy of the file:
to save the original version
4. Copy the replacement version of this file from the patch into this directory
5. In the Computer Management Console, restart the IIS Admin Service, then restart the web site.
|Legacy Article ID||a27456|