Thank you for demonstrating why using open source technologies can be more dangerous than using Microsoft technologies in the real world.
As the post above stated (which you clearly did not read, because you know better) this issue actually affects multiple application platforms to varying degrees (PHP, Java, ASP.NET, v8, Python and Ruby) so unless your proposed Apache solution is to just serve static content – and your business won’t thank you for that - then it probably won't help at all.
Please read http://www.kb.cert.org/vuls/id/903934.
Microsoft is releasing a patch for this today:
All good Windows sysadmins will have a patching process in place and so will be applying this as soon as it can be tested against their production applications.
Meanwhile the open source evangelists will do nothing in the mistaken and arrogant belief that because their systems are not Microsoft they must be secure while they may well be vulnerable to this issue - and will likely remain so indefinitely without an established patching process in place.
When did you last patch your PHP/Ruby/Tomcat/Python installation?