Good news mod_md on Windows.

After quite some struggling with Stefan, he managed to get lots of my reported Windows issues solved.

Copy from post at Git:

One source tree is much better, and a2md in modules is no problem for me (more or less it belongs in support). You renamed also some files.

Building 0.6.0  all fine.

Now it configures a certificate, although it is not a valid certificate, I can browse https with it, you can try The certificate says: Issued by: Fake LE Intermediate X1.

Runs on the production server which has more (vhost)domains with valid certificates.

LoadModule watchdog_module modules/
LoadModule md_module modules/
And the vhosts:
< VirtualHost *:443>
ServerName ........
ServerAlias ........
SSLEngine on
SSLCertificateFile conf/
SSLCertificateKeyFile conf/
< /VirtualHost>
< VirtualHost *:443>
SSLEngine on
< /VirtualHost>

[md:info] [pid 11524:tid 448] AH: staged set activated [md:info] [pid 11524:tid 448] AH: mod_md (v0.6.0-git), initializing... [ssl:info] [pid 11524:tid 448] AH01914: Configuring server for SSL protocol [ssl:info] [pid 11524:tid 448] AH02568: Certificate and private key configured from D:/servers/apacheS/md/domains/ and D:/servers/apacheS/md/domains/

On Saturday 22/07/2017 at 14:00, Stefan Eissing  wrote:

the alpha version for Let's Encrypt (ACME) support for httpd can be found here:

I'd like to get early feedback and stabilize a tad more before bringing this into Apache trunk. It also contains a small patch for mod_ssl which people should get comfortable about. Or not. Maybe there is a better approach.

Anyways, looking forward to feedback.

Have a nice weekend,


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