Installing WAPT Server on Windows¶
The WAPT Server can not be installed on a computer with services already listening on ports 80 and 443 (example WSUS with IIS).
ports 80, 443 and 8080 are used by the WAPT Server and must be available;
If ports 80 and 443 are already occupied by another web service, you should take a look at the documentation for changing the default ports on Windows.
port 8088 is used on client machines by the WAPT agent and must be available;
The WAPT server will not run on a x86 version of Windows;
The installation of the WAPT server must be done using a Local Administrator account on the host;
From WAPT Server 1.5 onward, Nginx is the ONLY supported web server. Apache or IIS (with or without WSUS) are no longer supported in WAPT.
In case of problems when installing WAPT, visit the Frequently Asked Questions.
installing WAPT on a Linux server is the recommended method;
the WAPT Server may be installed on 64bit only Windows 7, 8.1, 10 and Windows Server 2008/R2, 2012/R2, 2016 and 2019;
download and execute waptserversetup.exe;
choose the installation language;
accept the GNU Public License and click on Next to go on to the next step;
choose the installation directory (leave the default) and click on Next to go on to the next step;
choose additional task (leave as is for the first installation);
choose the password for the WAPT server;
create a key if this is your first installation, otherwise select the existing key;
choose the password for the private key;
build the WAPT agent;
choose the prefix used for naming your WAPT packages;
click on the Install to launch the installation, wait for the installation to complete, then click on Finish (leave default options);
click on Finished to close the installer;
The WAPT Server on your Windows is ready.
You may now go to the documentation on installing the waptagent!!