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http-proxy Section

Configures Co-browse Server's HTTP proxy functionality.

allowedExternalDomains

Default value: None
Valid Values: List of any valid domains or wild cards. For example, *.mydomain.com,*.net, mydomain-*.com.

Important
This option does not have a default value. In order for Co-browse to work properly, you must enter a value before starting Co-browse.

Changes take effect: Immediately

List of domains from which resources are allowed to be proxied through Co-browse server. This option enforces an additional level of control of what can be included on the web page during a Co-browse session.

clientTlsProtocols

Default value: No value
Valid Values: A comma separated list of values from the following: TLSv1, TLSv1.1, TLSv1.2
Changes take effect: After Co-browse server restart

Explicitly lists TLS protocol versions Co-browse server should use when using HTTPS to communicate with proxied resource target servers. Co-browse server does not work with SSL protocol due to its security vulnerabilities. If a target server supports only a specific protocol (for example, TLSv1), specify only this protocol.

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This page was last modified on 2 March 2018, at 10:55.