Edit a Web-Tier Deployment Configuration

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You can use the Operations Console to change the configuration and web tier service options of an existing web-tier deployment. For example, you can change the preferred RBA instance and turn on or off the Self-Service Console, risk-based authentication, and dynamic seed provisioning.

If you want to edit the virtual hostname or virtual host port number, see Configure a Load Balancer and Virtual Host.

Before you begin 

  • You must be a Super Admin.

  • Consider the impact that downtime will have on users.

  • On Linux systems, verify that the open files hard limit for the local user is at least 4096.

Procedure 

  1. On the Operations Console on the primary instance, click Deployment Configuration > Web-Tier Deployments > Manage Existing.

  2. On the Web Tier Name list, click the deployment name.

  3. On the context menu, select Edit.

  4. On the Edit page, in the Details section, you can change the following information:

    • Deployment name. The name you want for the web-tier deployment (0-255 characters. The & % > < ’ and ” characters are not allowed).

    • Hostname. Fully qualified hostname of the web-tier server where you installed the web-tier deployment.

    • Preferred RBA Instance. The instance connected to this web-tier deployment to which RBA traffic is directed.

  5. In the Web-Tier Service Options section, turn any of the following services on or off.

    • Self-Service Console

    • Risk-based authentication

    • Dynamic seed provisioning

  6. Click Save.

After you finish 

If you changed the deployment name, preferred server, or turned services on or off, allow at least 3 minutes for the changes to take effect.

 

 


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