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Barracuda Yosemite Server Backup

Why do many of the application binaries installed by YSB have no version information or digital signature?

  • Type: Knowledgebase
  • Date changed: 10 months ago
Solution #00004983

Scope:
Yosemite Server Backup 8.0 and above
Windows XP/Vista/7/2003/2008

Answer:
Many of the .exe, .dll, .sys, and .scr files (.scr files are actually text files that contain YSB script) that are installed along with Yosemite Backup have no version information or digital signature.  These files are all relevant to the disaster recovery process (which runs in a version of DOS only) and are not meant to be used within a Windows environment.  These files include:

dos4g.exe; ytdrmp2.exe; ytdrmrb.exe; dos4g.exe; ytdrmp2.exe; ytdrmrb.exe; qt-mt336.dll; QtCore4.dll; QtGui4.dll; ytdosclb.dll; ytdossup.dll; ytwinres.dll; qt-mt336.dll; QtCore4.dll; QtGui4.dll; ytdosclb.dll; ytdossup.dll; ytwinres.dll; ytdrmbio.sys; ytdrmcmd.sys; ytdrmdef.sys; ytdrmdos.sys; ytdrmsft.sys; ytdrmbio.sys; ytdrmcmd.sys; ytdrmdef.sys; ytdrmdos.sys; ytdrmsft.sys; catalist.scr; help.scr; info.scr; insattnd.scr; insbin.scr; insdata.scr; insfile.scr; insfilec.scr; inslin.scr; insmsg.scr; insnet.scr; insoem.scr; insoemcm.scr; insoemjb.scr; install.scr; insuser.scr; insutil.scr; inswin.scr; mediainf.scr; objsrisk.scr

However, any of the YSB application binaries that are meant to run in a Windows environment do have version information and are digitally signed.

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