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APEX needs a database to be installed into. If you don't want to expose your RAC and use a separate database instance, users wont be able to access data available in the RAC (unless you create database links, but you usually wouldn't want that).
You can install APEX Listener on your Windows 2003 to access the APEX-Installation in your RAC database. You need to choose a J2EE Container to host your APEX listener. See the APEX Listener install guide for supported containers or search the forum or google to find out what other containers may be suitable for you (e.g. Apache Tomcat is not officially supported but capable of hosting the listener).
You will have to configure firewall and/or routing rules so all users may access the port used by the container.