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Qlik Sense with IIS as web server

Hi all,

We had a previous implementation with QlikView Server and IIS hosting AccessPoint for a single-sign on solution with a web app, is the integration the same as with Qlik Sense Server? 

I'm not sure how outdated these conversations are but I am seeing some community posts which says that IIS is not compatible with Qlik Sense but I also see other posts where IIS is used as reverse proxy for QlikSense

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Re: Qlik Sense with IIS as web server

Hello,

I've attached a few resources from our Knowledge Base which can help answer some of this:

Quick guide to configure IIS as a Reverse Proxy with HTTPS and Qlik Sense
https://support.qlik.com/articles/000043332

"Qlik Sense is entirely self sufficient and does not require an additional webserver."
Qlik Sense and Microsoft Internet Information Services (IIS)
https://support.qlik.com/articles/000038253

 

Please let us know if this helps,

/Jon

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Re: Qlik Sense with IIS as web server

Hello,

I've attached a few resources from our Knowledge Base which can help answer some of this:

Quick guide to configure IIS as a Reverse Proxy with HTTPS and Qlik Sense
https://support.qlik.com/articles/000043332

"Qlik Sense is entirely self sufficient and does not require an additional webserver."
Qlik Sense and Microsoft Internet Information Services (IIS)
https://support.qlik.com/articles/000038253

 

Please let us know if this helps,

/Jon

Please, remember to "like" the post and mark the thread as solved once getting the correct answer
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Re: Qlik Sense with IIS as web server

Hi Jon,

So basically what this says is that it is possible for Qlik Sense to be used with IIS, but for basic use cases it is possible for Qlik Sense to be entirely self sufficient. Got it. Thanks