Depending on which version of EZproxy you are currently running, there are some steps you may need to complete prior to downloading and installing EZproxy 7.1.
How to read this guide: Note which version of EZproxy you are running, find the applicable section, and work upward. For example, if you are running EZproxy 6.4.4, start with the "If running a version prior to EZproxy 6.5.2" section, and work upward from there.
If running EZproxy 7.0.16
- Verify that at least 200MB of disk space is available in the EZproxy directory to support the new security rules database
- Download and install the latest version
If running a version prior to EZproxy 6.6.2 and using SAML authentication
These steps apply only to sites both running EZproxy versions prior to 6.6.2 and using SAML authentication.
If running a version prior to EZproxy 6.5.2
- Retrieve your EZproxy WSKey from OCLC WSKey Management
- Follow these steps to re-validate your WSKey:
- Log onto your EZproxy Server.
- Stop EZproxy from running as a service.
- Remove EZproxy as a service (ezproxy -sr).
- Install your EZproxy WSKey:
ezproxy -k 123456789101112
Linux Command (Must be run as root):
./ezproxy -k 123456789101112
Add EZproxy back as a service(ezproxy -si).
After this has been completed, the message should go away.
- Restart EZproxy.
- Enable the IntrusionAPI directive, which provides options to audit or block access from pirate or hacker IP addresses
If running a version prior to EZproxy 6.4.4
The Location directive is important to realize the benefits of the new security features in EZproxy 7.1.
If running a version prior to EZproxy 6.0
Starting with version 6.0, EZproxy moved to an annual subscription model.
- Request a quote for an EZproxy subscription, hosted by OCLC