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  • Server Settings (2008) » Cart32
    Apply Now PayPal Options American Express Payment Gateway Support Knowledgebase HTML Form Wizard Support Resources Support Options About Us Company History Blog Partners Contact Form Cart32 Server Settings 2008 Note These settings are for Windows Server 2008 If you are running Windows Server 2003 please see this article Cart32 requires permissions to be set in a few areas to ensure proper functionality This article is designed to give you a quick reference for all required permissions as well as some example images to help you Note Cart32 cannot run on a Linux Mac or Unix server IIS Settings Open IIS Click on the name of the server Click on ISAPI and CGI Restrictions Add c32web exe and cart32 exe and make sure they are allowed Click on the website in IIS list the folders and click on the cgi bin Click on Handler Mappings click edit feature permissions and make sure that scripts and executables are allowed Data Execution Prevention Settings Start Right click Computer and choose properties Click Advanced system settings Under Performance click on settings Click on Data Execution Prevention and Turn on DEP for essential Windows programs and services only Complement that with permissions instructions from the

    Original URL path: http://www.cart32.com/support/installing-and-securing-cart32/server-settings-for-cart32-2008/ (2016-01-08)
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  • Client Code CGI Not Found » Cart32
    Payment Processing Cart32 Gateway Merchant Services Apply Now PayPal Options American Express Payment Gateway Support Knowledgebase HTML Form Wizard Support Resources Support Options About Us Company History Blog Partners Contact Form Client Code CGI Not Found Sometimes when installing Cart32 on a new server everything will appear to be functioning correctly until something is added to the cart When the item is added you will see an error message indicating that the client code of CGI or something similar does not exist This is because path info is incorrect Path info is part of the http protocol and every script cgi asp php aspx cf etc pulls that from the web server with each request Path information as given by the client for example vdir myisapi dll zip If this information comes from a URL it is decoded by the server before it is passed to the CGI script or ISAPI filter If the AllowPathInfoForScriptMappings metabase property is set to true to support exclusive CGI functionality PATH INFO will only contain zip and ISAPI applications such as ASP will break To fix this you will need to modify the applicationHost config file and add allowPathInfo true to the handlers for

    Original URL path: http://www.cart32.com/support/installing-and-securing-cart32/client-code-cgi-not-found/ (2016-01-08)
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  • Enabling Secure Transaction » Cart32
    Enter the directory name where Cart32 is installed under between forward slashes For example cgi bin if Cart32 is installed in a directory or Virtual Directory called CGI BIN Click save Note If you receive Cart32 hosting from us directly SSLs are automatically provided and enabled What is an SSL A Secure Socket Layer SSL is a wrapper for information traffic over different networks Whenever two devices such as a server and a customer s computer need to communicate securely they will use an SSL provided one is set up on the server A server with an SSL will establish a special session with the client s computer wherein all information sent back and forth is encrypted using a very strong nearly impossible to crack algorithm Only the server and the client are able to understand the information sent between each other for that session SSLs are NOT optional when dealing with personal and financial information Anyone accepting such information without the protection of an SSL is putting their customers data and their business at risk Severe fines exist and lawsuits are costly for companies who compromise customer financial data The going rate for an SSL is approximately 30 00 per YEAR All clients who host a Cart32 account with us are covered by our full PCI DSS compliance part of which includes the use of SSLs for transactions We also make available SSLs and dedicated IPs at no extra cost for customers who host their own license of Cart32 with us We take a very stern approach to security you should too Where Do I Get An SSL Virtually all commercially available SSLs do the same thing They encrypt data using a standardized algorithm and bit depth The big difference between a super cheap 5 year or less SSL

    Original URL path: http://www.cart32.com/support/installing-and-securing-cart32/enabling-secure-transactions/ (2016-01-08)
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  • How to Install » Cart32
    the name of your cgi directory Once verify databases process completes the Cart32 installation is complete If you have any questions or experience any problems please contact Cart32 Support for assistance Web Install If you want to run Cart32 on your ISP s server please do the following Download the latest c32setup exe and c32files exe You can download the latest files from here Upload the files to your CGI directory commonly named cgi bin Set the permissions on the server based off your server type Windows Server 2003 Windows Server 2008 Run c32setup exe through your web browser For example http www yoursite com cgi bin c32setup exe cgi bin should be replaced with the name of your cgi directory When prompted enter your Company Name Serial Number and Email Address NOTE Your company name must match the company name we have on file Click Click here to continue with setup Cart32 will now extract the files into the appropriate folders Click on the link Click Here to run the Cart32 Web admin Cart32 will now run a verify databases process which creates the Cart32 database This will go to 100 Click the link Click Here to Continue The Cart32 Web admin will now show and the installation is complete If you have any questions or experience any problems please contact Cart32 Support for assistance Manual Install If you are more hands on with the management of your shopping cart installation please do the following Download c32files exe from here Create a new folder on your desktop or server named cart32 and run c32files exe in this folder Copy this folder to the cgi bin of the site that will be running Cart32 Copy these six files also into the cgi bin folder cart32 exe c32web exe pthash dll

    Original URL path: http://www.cart32.com/support/installing-and-securing-cart32/how-to-install-cart32/ (2016-01-08)
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  • How to Upgrade » Cart32
    or http YOUR COMPUTER NAME cgi bin c32web exe cgi bin should be replaced with the name of your cgi directory Once verify databases process completes the Cart32 upgrade is complete If you backed up your Cart32 template files before the upgrade you can now copy them back into the Cart32 folder overwriting the existing files created during the upgrade If you have any questions or experience any problems please contact Cart32 Support for assistance Web Install If you run Cart32 on your ISP s server and you originally performed a web installation please do the following Warning This installation will overwrite any changes you may have made to the html template files stored in the Cart32 folder We recommend backing up the Cart32 template files and Cart32 database file cart32 mdb before upgrading Download the latest c32setup exe and c32files exe You can download the latest files from here Upload the files to your CGI directory commonly named cgi bin Run c32setup exe through your web browser For example http www yoursite com cgi bin c32setup exe cgi bin should be replaced with the name of your cgi directory When prompted enter your Company Name Serial Number and Email Address NOTE Your company name must match the company name we have on file Click Click here to continue with setup Cart32 will now extract the files into the appropriate folders Click on the link Click Here to run the Cart32 Web admin Cart32 will now run a verify databases process which updates the Cart32 database This will go to 100 Click the link Click Here to Continue The Cart32 Web admin will now show and the upgrade is complete If you backed up your Cart32 template files before the upgrade you can now copy them back into the Cart32

    Original URL path: http://www.cart32.com/support/installing-and-securing-cart32/how-to-upgrade-cart32/ (2016-01-08)
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  • Troubleshooting Permission Errors » Cart32
    Options American Express Payment Gateway Support Knowledgebase HTML Form Wizard Support Resources Support Options About Us Company History Blog Partners Contact Form Troubleshooting Permission Errors If you are receiving permission errors from Cart32 and you do not know what is causing them there is a free diagnostic tool called ProcMon This program is from a company called Sysinternals and it is available for download here Filemon will monitor all of the files that Cart32 tries to access and show any permission problems Filemon needs to be installed on the server Once installed and running ProcMon follow these steps Stop the program from capturing any information Click the magnifying glass button and then clear the window Click the eraser button Set ProcMon to filter Click the funnel button by including C32web exe Cart32 exe C32setup exe and highlight access denied Once this is set start capture and run Cart32 through your browser Try the step that is not working or where the error occurs Return to ProcMon stop capture and scroll through the information that was captured Search for red lines that will higlight any access denied message This will tell you the specific file and user that does not have

    Original URL path: http://www.cart32.com/support/installing-and-securing-cart32/troubleshooting-permission-errors/ (2016-01-08)
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  • Authorize.net » Cart32
    Support Resources Support Options About Us Company History Blog Partners Contact Form Authorize net Cart32 is integrated with Authorize Net Authorize Net is a merchant service provider for processing credit cards Below are some issues and information about Cart32 Authorize Net Integration Update 6 1 2006 AuthorizeNet is changing their systems The password field is being phased out and it will be replaced with a transaction key All new AuthorizeNet accounts created after 6 1 2006 approximately fall under this new system All old AuthorizeNet accounts will eventually be transitioned to this new system according to AuthorizeNet To use this new system Cart32 has created a new authorization file cpp called AuthorizeNet 3 1 Updated If you are a client using a Cart32 with Cart32 com directly this update is available in the Cart32 administration under the Enterprise Real Time Card Processing tab Simply select Authorize Net 3 1 Update from the dropdown labeled Auth Name and fill out the necessary fields If you are a client using your own Cart32 license there is a new integration file available here This file must be downloaded to your Cart32 installation folder To use this new integration file follow the steps in

    Original URL path: http://www.cart32.com/support/3rd-party-specific-articles/authorize-net/ (2016-01-08)
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  • Bank of America » Cart32
    Solution Partners Pricing Hosted Solutions Licensed Solution WordPress Hosting Payment Processing Cart32 Gateway Merchant Services Apply Now PayPal Options American Express Payment Gateway Support Knowledgebase HTML Form Wizard Support Resources Support Options About Us Company History Blog Partners Contact Form Bank of America Bank of America credit card processing is processed by the company Cybersource To integrate Cart32 with Cybersource please see the article related to Cybersource integration Product Overview

    Original URL path: http://www.cart32.com/support/3rd-party-specific-articles/bank-of-america/ (2016-01-08)
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