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Proxy configuration (ConsignO Desktop and CertifiO Manager)

Summary
ConsignO Desktop and CertifiO Manager both attempts to automatically discover network configuration for their external connections to our servers.  In the event that this discovery isn’t successful, it is possible to define a proxy by providing specific instructions.

Installation considerations

The installation package performs a connectivity test to Notarius servers in order to ensure proper communications (ex: license validation). If this fails, resume the installation and apply the manual configuration after the installation completes.

 

Manual proxy configuration (CertifiO Manager and ConsignO Desktop 3.8)

– Add the following environment variables from Command Prompt  (replace both proxy-server-address and proxy-server-port by values relevant to your network infrastructure):

  • setx NTS_PROXY_HOST proxy-server-address
  • setx NTS_PROXY_PORT proxy-server-port

 

Manual proxy configuration (ConsignO Desktop 3.7.5 and previous versions)

Once ConsignO Desktop is installed, you need to modify the application’s configuration file.  This file can be found at the following location (actual folder will depend on version installed, the exemple below illustrates the folder for a default installation of ConsignO 3.7.5) :

  • Windows: C:\Program Files (x86)\Notarius\ConsignO 3.7.5\Consigno3.ini
  • Mac: Applications -> ConsignO -> Contents -> MacOS -> Consigno3.ini

You will then need to add the following 2 lines at the end of the configuration file (replace both proxy-server-address and proxy-server-port by values relevant to your network infrastructure):

-Dhttp.proxyHost=proxy-server-address
-Dhttp.proxyPort=proxy-server-port