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Apache SSL: Installing Apache, OpenSSL, and mod_ssl

Installing Apache and OpenSSL separately. This page is only for installing Apache and OpenSSL separately. Installing from the package starts on page 2 and completes on page 6.

1. Installing Apache. The current version of Apache is 2.2.3, however, this tutorial was completed using version 2.2.2. Download the Apache_2.2.2-win32-x86-no_ssl from one of the mirrors at http://httpd.apache.org/download.cgi.

To start the installation of Apache run the installer. Follow the on-screen instructions. At the server information screen enter localhost for the Network Domain and Server Name. Enter your email address and click Next to continue.



When you are presented with the Destination Folder selections select Change. Create the directory structure C:\Apache\Apache2 on your hard drive.



Change the destination folder to the newly created folder Apache2 folder and click OK to continue.



Continue following the on-screen instructions to complete the installation of Apache. When completed test your install by opening a browser and going to http://localhost/

2. OpenSSL and Mod_SSL. You can download OpenSSL at http://hunter.campbus.com/. You need to download Apace_2.2.2-Openssl_0.9.8b-Win32.zip. Extract the contents of the zip to a new directory.

Copy the ssleay32.dll and libeay32.dll from the bin folder of the Apache/modssl distribution directory to WINNT\System32. This is important; ensure that you copied the correct files from Apache to the correct location.

You will need a config file for OpenSSL.exe, which you can find here. Move the file to the directory OpenSSL.exe is in, which is found in Apache/modssl under the bin folder. The openssl.cnf file is a normal text file; however, Windows will hide the extension from you.