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Changing the Management Server IP Address or Name : Configuring a new hostname for web protection management components
Configuring a new hostname for web protection management components
Changing the Management Server | Web Protection Solutions | 30-Nov-2018
 
If the hostname of the Forcepoint management server has changed, also update configuration for the components that support the Web Security module of the Forcepoint Security Manager.
 
Warning 
1.
Navigate to the C:\Program Files (x86)\Websense\Web Security\apache\conf\ directory and open the httpd.conf file in a text editor.
2.
In the httpd.conf file, edit the ServerName property to reflect the new hostname.
ServerName is specified in the form <hostname>:<port>, for example:
ServerName my-hostname01:18080
Edit only the hostname value.
3.
Save and close the httpd.conf file.
4.
Navigate to the C:\Program Files (x86)\Websense\Web Security\apache\conf\extra\ directory and open the httpd-ssl.conf file in a text editor.
5.
In the httpd-ssl.conf file, edit the ServerName property to reflect the new hostname. This entry uses the same format shown in step 2.
Edit only the hostname value.
6.
Save and close the httpd-ssl.conf file.
7.
Use the Windows Services tool to restart the Websense Web Reporting Tools service.

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