Root URL refers to where a process is published. Server Extensions use localhost as the default Root URL, but you should change this setting based on how accessible you want your process to be. If you leave the root URL set to localhost, your published processes are accessible only from the local computer. You should set the Root URL to an address that resolves from any computer that accesses your published projects. For example, when you configure for intranet access, set the Root URL to the computer name or internal IP address where you published your project. When you configure for Internet access, set the Root URL to the domain name or external IP address where you published your project.