This Process Street Apache server setup process is engineered to take the user through the steps necessary to create a new Apache server on a Windows. The process does cater to other approaches with extra tips throughout.
This guide will assume a Windows server running on 64 bit and installing Apache 2.4.17
The Apache server has been the most popular web server on the internet since 1996 and is now 22 years old. It's reliability and open source nature has made it a mainstay within the tech world.
This Process Street checklist provides a repeatable guide to setting one up and, being editable, allows for you to optimize the process relevant to your environment.
There are form fields throughout the checklist where you can enter information. This information is then stored in the template overview tab and acts as an activity log, documenting what was set up, why it was set up, and how and where it was set up. This documented process is a useful part of maintaining activity communication across teams. All data is stored in a spreadsheet format and can be exported as a CSV file.
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