What is the difference between installing xFlow on IIS and installing xFlow on apache?
From the functional perspective there is no difference for xFlow between those 2 web servers. There are some differences from the technical perspective. See pre-requisites when installing xFlow on IIS:
Implementing CA Service Management 14.1.03 - CA Service Management - 14.1 - CA Technologies Documentation
Its really just a personal preference other than the steps provided in the document cited by Pablo in his reply above.
Hope this helps,
If you are already using IIS on the server it may be a good idea to use IIS for xFlow, so you won't have to have another application running on the server which could help with overall performance.
Do you have any further questions regarding IIS vs. Apache for xFlow?
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