I am trying to follow these instructions for running Confluence behind Apache on Windows:
It says I need to edit
httpd.conf but that file does not exist on my server. Do I need to create it?
Ah. No, it did not install Apache.
It installed "Apache Tomcat" as the "container" for Confluence - you run Tomcat, it runs Confluence for you. Apache is a different application - it's a web-server, not an application container.
You'll need to download and install Apache if you want to use it for fronting Confluence. As you're installing on Windows, you might already have IIS which can do the same job, especially if you have any IIS experts on hand in your organisation.
I find Apache easier (but I used to work with a couple of the people who helped write it, so I kind of got a lot of exposure). There are other options - lightppd and nginx for example, but Atlassian's docs were aimed at Apache, so, unless you really want to learn another one, it's probably the best for you in this case.
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