The trustedHosts section contains the following parameters:
Host name - Host name of the machine where the CCS web portal is installed.
The host name field is auto-populated.
FQDN - Fully qualified domain name of the machine where the CCS web portal is installed.
The FQDN field is auto-populated.
IP address - List of IP addresses of the machine where the CCS web portal is installed. This is an optional field.
The IP addresses must be added manually. One or more IP addresses can be specified.
If the IP address changes then the IP address in the trusted Hosts configuration must be updated manually.
Following is the structure of the trusted Hosts configuration:
<host name="<host name>" fqdn="<fqdn>">
<ipAddress value="<IP address 1>"/>
<ipAddress value="<IP address 2>"/>
The trusted host configuration is auto-populated when the CCS settings are configured from the Tools > Settings window in the thick console of CCS AM.
For the auto-population of the configuration, the user who is setting the configuration must be a CCS Administrator and must be a CCS AM Administrator or a CCS AM Power-User. In case the trusted Hosts configuration section is not visible in the web.config file then the trustedHosts configuration must be added manually.
To populate the settings manually in the web.config file, add the structure of the trusted Hosts configuration, mentioned earlier, to the "<configuration>" node in the web.config file. Add the section after the "<configsections>" node and provide the required values.
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