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From willem <wse...@yahoo.com>
Subject Re: [users@httpd] Quirks of running Apache on Windows Vista Home Premium
Date Fri, 27 Jul 2007 10:41:22 GMT


Stephan G.-2 wrote:
> 
>  If not, is there any way to suppress the appearance of this dialog box
> which seems to tell me in a 
> rather alarming way that everything is OK?
> 

You can stop ApacheMonitor from executing by using Windows Defender. (In
Windows Vista: Control Panel->Security->Defender->Tools->Software
Explorer->set category to 'Startup Programs'->select Apache HTTP Server and
click disable) In Windows XP you have to download and install Defender
first. Apache will run normally, it is only the monitor that you will stop
but it didn't work anyway.

Hope this will help.
Willem
   

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