Hi Gergo - I thought I replied to this yesterday, I guess it did not submit - or there was a problem, sorry for the delay.
There is a file named: Host.cfg located in <drive>:\ProgramData\Qlik\Sense
It has a base64 encoded string which when decoded you can see the hostname the product was installed on:
You can use this free online tool to decode and encode the string:
You can edit the Host.cfg and replace the encoded string with another encoded string and restart your services.
so - mynewhostname - will look like this in the Host.cfg file: bXluZXdob3N0bmFtZQ==
Note: When I did this (because my Amazon EC2 instanced had a hostname change) - it worked but - for some reason in the QMC it showed my scheduler and proxies as stopped even though they were running. You may have to restart the individual services (scheduler and proxy) a 2nd time again to get the notifications to clear in the QMC.
Hope this helps
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Hi Gergo, sorry for misunderstanding - I believe what you are looking for can be found within the proxy configuration.
Check this link out to the doc for creating a new virtual proxy
Here is a simple one I just created using "gergo" as the prefix (note I have anonymous access enabled)
Proxies -> Central Proxy->check Virtual Proxies on the right to enable the section:
Then add your prefix and a unique session name, note the screenshots below: (click to enlarge)
OK and Apply
You should then be able to access the hub using the prefix you entered.
Hope this helps
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