2 Replies Latest reply on Feb 7, 2014 1:53 PM by kevinmortimer

    apache version

    kevinmortimer

      How do you keep this up to date? do we need to rely on WHD upgrades?

        • Re: apache version
          damien.solodow

          WebHelpDesk includes Tomcat but not the Apache HTTP server. You're best bet is to rely on WHD updates to handle keeping it up to date.

           

          You can (and a number of people do) use Apache HTTP server as a proxy to WebHelpDesk to handle things like single sign-on and the like. But if you're doing that, you installed the Apache HTTP server yourself so you'd need to handle maintenance of it on your own.

          • Re: apache version
            kevinmortimer

            Sorry i meant the Tomcat element - security vulnerabilites are always coming out so a speedier hot fix program would be useful.

            on the latest update there was only the WHD engine updates i believe and not Tomcat so visiblity of this would be useful