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vijayit43
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Restrict Access QlikView Access Point through Static IP

Hi,

In Our Organization we accessing QlikView Server access point through domain name "xyz.com/Qlikview" and we are enable SSL security at this domain. and Its working fine. but when we use Static IP(which are mapped with domain) to accessing QlikView Access point then we access this.

If we are going to access Qlik View through static IP it should not be accessible and It must be redirected to Qlik View URL.

Please help.

 

 

 

 

 

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Sonja_Bauernfeind
Digital Support
Digital Support

Helllo!

QlikView's standard Web server that gets shipped with the product is a relatively simple component. It'll listen for any requests that the host system is configured to respond to.

If you want to block/redirect URLs or IP addresses used to connect to the AccessPoint, you'd need to deploy Microsoft IIS instead and configure that accordingly, or otherwise use other 3rd party components like a reverse proxy sitting in front of QlikView.

We have an article with basic information on how to install IIS with QlikView (kb 000003344), however configuring it afterwards falls outside of what I can provide you with, as this is on the IIS side of things. Other users here might have experience with it though, or you can review some Microsoft resources. 

Don't forget to Like posts and use the "Accept as Solution" button on content that answered your question! Thanks 🙂

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Sonja_Bauernfeind
Digital Support
Digital Support

Helllo!

QlikView's standard Web server that gets shipped with the product is a relatively simple component. It'll listen for any requests that the host system is configured to respond to.

If you want to block/redirect URLs or IP addresses used to connect to the AccessPoint, you'd need to deploy Microsoft IIS instead and configure that accordingly, or otherwise use other 3rd party components like a reverse proxy sitting in front of QlikView.

We have an article with basic information on how to install IIS with QlikView (kb 000003344), however configuring it afterwards falls outside of what I can provide you with, as this is on the IIS side of things. Other users here might have experience with it though, or you can review some Microsoft resources. 

Don't forget to Like posts and use the "Accept as Solution" button on content that answered your question! Thanks 🙂