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  1. On 11/26/2019 at 11:26 AM, 7rrivera7 said:

    Ok so now I've got a new issue. Under Configuring the MySQL Database Server, when I run the command: mysql -u root -pd1ngd0ng

    I get the following error:


    The error (2003) Can't connect to MySQL server on 'localhost' (10061) indicates that the network connection has been refused.

    Open task manager and check if MySQL server running.

    Use telnet to check if port 3306 is open: telnet localhost 3306

    Note: You may have to install the telnet client.

    you should see something like this: 8.0.1f0E♥>NZ♦ !☻§F↔}#g0F[-♦U@mysql_native_password

  2. Go back in and verify the PHP setting in IIS. For some reason the setting sometime does not save and the settings need to be re-applied. No need to reinstall because the same problem could come back.

    I checked your setting and the php.ini file is good but the IIS files are for version 10 and I don't have that set of configs to match yours with. I would need to install IIS 10 to get it. What OS version are you running?

  3. 3 hours ago, FDids said:


    Thanks for replying that everything is fixed but:

    I apologize for being dense, but I am not sure what to do next  to fix my barnyard2 installation so that snort does show exiting.  I downloaded the latest Winids Barnyard2 Software Development Pack,  Do I unzip it and use the in place of the other builds?  Do I need to start over and redo my installation? Is there another file I should download? 

    Thanks for all your help!


    No you don't need to do anything. What you are seeing is correct. I made an error in the tutorial and have since corrected it. Check out the tutorial, and it should match your install.

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  4. Make sure you have ran the modder.vbs file as Administrator and allowed it to reboot on its own.

    Make sure the test.php file has been copied to the d:\winids\apache24\htdocs\base folder.


    Make sure you can ping winids:



    Make sure all the required Microsoft Visual C++ packages have been installed:



    If all the above is correct then please attach the php.ini file and the httpd.conf file.


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  5. Been doing these tutorials and have installed 1000+ IDS's in the last 15 years and not once have I had to add an extension.

    It sounds like you have a corrupted .EXE association.This issue can occur if a virus or other 3rd party application has changed or corrupted some default registry settings.

    These types of quirks seem to pop up when the installer fails to install the Windows Intrusion Detection System on a fresh install of Windows.