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Created by Steve.Hawkins, last modified by Anthony.Rinaldi_ret on Jul 18, 2016

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URL_DEFAULT_PORT=8081 URL_HTTPS_PORT=443

In some deployments, Web Help Desk needs to use a port other than the Tomcat port in URLs it generates for external links.

For example, a Tomcat web server can be configured to route requests for the default port (80) to go to the default Web Help Desk port (8081) using a proxy pass. In this case, Web Help Desk should generate URLs with port 80, rather than port 8081. Port 8081 could be configured behind a firewall and be unreachable from other systems.

 
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