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General Settings

The General Settings tab of the System Configurations is used to manage the identity service information settings.

General Settings tab of System Configurations

The configuration settings are listed and described below,



Identity Server URL

Enter the Identity Server URL.

Allow Application Insights

Choose to allow or deny the Azure application insights for the Wyn Server. By default, this option is set to 'False'.

Instrumentation Key

Enter the instrumentation key required to configure the application insights in the Azure Portal.

Enable Built-in HTTPS

Use the Wyn Enterprise built-in HTTP settings for secure network communication. The default value for this setting is 'False'.

Note that if you disable the HTTPS setting after enabling it (i.e. change this setting from 'True' to 'False'), you will need to clear the site data for Chrome and Microsoft Edge after Wyn Enterprise restarts.

Enable HTTPS Default Port (443)

Configure the HTTPS default port settings. The default port for HTTPS is 443. If this setting is enabled, you can directly use the domain name to access the site. Else, you need to add the port number ':51980' after the domain name to access the site.

Built-in HTTPS Certificate File Path

Upload the HTTPS certificate (pfx format) through the Upload button.

Built-in HTTPS Certificate File Password

Enter the password for the uploaded HTTPS certificate.

Enable Recycle Bin

Choose to show or hide the Recycle Bin tab in Wyn Enterprise. This tab temporarily stores the deleted documents on the Document and Resource Portal, unless they exceed the Keep Recycle Bin Time Period.

File Retention Time

Choose how long the deleted files should be stored in the Recycle Bin tab. Once, the deleted files exceed the selected time limit, they are automatically deleted from the Wyn Enterprise Server.

Running Mode

Choose a running mode for the server. The available options are High Concurrency Mode and Memory Optimized Mode.

Extra HTTP Headers

Insert additional information to the HTTP response header through the Add Header button, such as security-related 'X-Frame-Options' or 'Content-Security-Policy', and others. The HTTP headers are stored as key-value pairs where -

Header Name represents the name of the header to be set in the HTTP header. It is case-insensitive and must be unique.

Value represents the value to be set in the HTTP header. It cannot be empty.

Salient Points

Here are a few things to know about the Recycle Bin tab in Wyn Enterprise.

  1. The Tasks panel in the Admin Portal does not show the details about the deleted documents stored temporarily in the Recycle Bin tab.

  2. If the admin user changes the value for the Enable Recycle Bin property, the system may need to be restarted to apply the new configuration.

  3. The restored document loses its revision details, associated scheduled tasks, and other details.

  4. When switching the value for the Enable Recycle Bin property from True to False, the documents available in the Recycle Bin tab are deleted permanently from the Wyn Enterprise Server.