A copy of the requirements VC9 Packages Visual C 2008 SP1

A copy of the requirements vc9 packages visual c 2008

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carefully as there are some prerequisites for installation of WAMP. A copy of the requirements: -- VC9 Packages (Visual C++ 2008 SP1) -- VC10 Packages (Visual C++ 2010 SP1)
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-- VC11 Packages (Visual C++ 2012 Update 4) The two files VSU4\vcredist_x86.exe and VSU4\vcredist_x64.exe to be download are on the same page: -- VC13 Packages] (Visual C++ 2013) The two files VSU4\vcredist_x86.exe and VSU4\vcredist_x64.exe to be download are on the same page: -- VC14 Packages (Visual C++ 2015 Update 3) The two files vcredist_x86.exe and vcredist_x64.exe to be download are on the same page: If you have a 64-bit Windows, you must install both 32 and 64bit versions, even if you do not use Wampserver 64 bit. 4. Once the former has been installed you can continue through the installer by choosing next. Choose the install directory wisely as you will have to go here frequently during the setup. For this guide I have left it at “C:/wampserver” and will be referred to as installation directory throughout the rest of the guide. (The installer will also ask for what browser you're going to use. This will be your way of connecting to localhost for this example I will use Internet Explorer (iexplore.exe).) Setting up WAMPServer 1. Navigate to your WAMP server installation directory and open “wampmanager.exe”. 2. Download the SimpleRisk software at “ ” (you will need both the WEB BUNDLE and the INSTALLER files.) 3. Extract the downloaded files into a place you will be able to find easily for this example I
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have extracted the WEB BUNDLE into “C:/SimpleRisk” then take the installer folder and extract it into “C:/SimpleRisk” creating “C:/SimpleRisk/installer” 4. While wampmanager is running navigate to “localhost/” in your browser chosen during installation. This page should look like the following. 5. At the far bottom left of the page choose “add a VirtualHost” 6. You will be on a page for configuring the virtualhost the first dialogue should contain what you want to call the virtual host in this case we call it simplerisk if you are going to be running the server on a local network and wish the other system to have access enter an IP in the second dialogue of where you’d like the virtual host to be found at. The third dialogue box should contain the file path to the simplerisk web bundle we downloaded earlier. Once filled out properly it should look something like this.
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7. The next step is we need to adjust the virtual host we just created to allow for the SimpleRisk api to function properly. (This is required even if you are not using the API Extra.) To edit the virtual host right-click the WAMP server system tray icon, then choose Apache, inside you will find httpd-vhosts.conf open it. Once open you will need to match your simplerisk virtual host to
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