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Running Apache on a port other than 80 is not recommended, but should be able to be accomplished by modifying the files below.

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You will need to update the audit scripts "url" variable in the open-audit/other/ directory (both .sh and .vbs scripts). The files audit_linux.sh, audit_osx.sh, audit_subnet.sh, audit_subnet.vbs, audit_windows.vbs will all need changing if running the scripts directly on the targets and outside a discovery. In normal discovery use, modifying the scripts is not required. One special case exists - a Windows Open-AudIT server running discovery where the Apache service has not been given a regular user. That configuration is not recommended, and will require script modification.


In the configuration for Open-AudIT Enterprise change the file omk/conf/opCommon.nmis and set the oae_server variable to include the changed port number.

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Changing the port Apache runs on is differnet different for different installations. Some general guidelines are below.

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On Windows, modify the file c:\xampplitexampp\apache\conf\httpd.conf (change the port contained in the Listen attribute) then restart apache by stopping and starting the apache2.2 Service in the Windows Services control panel item.

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Edit the file and include the port in the URL in -

Linux - /usr/local/opmojo/bin/open-audit_tasks.sh

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You should now be able to navigate to http://<SERVER>:<port>/ in your browser and get a response.

This is not recommended and may cause other issues. You will have to re-patch the above files each time you upgrade. You have been warned. Here be dragons.


I cannot start the Apache service on Windows.

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