To install those services, please refer to this guide.
Done that, we need to install NginX with headers-more module.
Part 1: Installation
Sadly, NginX on Windows is not open source, so you may only use the binary online with the modules they provide (and they don't include `headers-more`).
We suggest you to use solutions as Virtualbox or Docker to run a linux distribution (or a pre-baked NginX virtual machine) and compile it with the right modules.
Install the dependencies first:
# If using Red Hat based distributions sudo yum install gcc automake openssl-devel autoconf readline-devel pcre-devel # If using Debian Based Distributions sudo apt-get update && sudo apt-get install gcc automake libssl-dev autoconf libreadline6-dev libpcre3-dev
Download the latest `headers-more` module release from github
Enter inside the newly created folder and Configure/Make/Install it with the `headers-more` module
cd nginx-1.11.2/ # This will install nginx under /opt/nginx ./configure --prefix=/opt/nginx --add-module=/path/to/headers-more-nginx-module make sudo make install