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Choosing Remote Settings

Last Modified: November 13, 2017

Specify the server's connectivity with clients.

Use the following tables to choose settings on the Remote tab.
Table 1. Remote Connections Settings
Use Case Setting
Other systems on a private or work network will connect to the server. Allow remote connections from any client
Other systems on private, work, or public networks will connect to the server. Allow remote connections from any client»Also accept connections from public networks
No other systems will connect to the server. Block remote connections
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Check the system's network and sharing settings to determine if it is on a private, work, or public network. The steps to switch to a different network vary slightly among operating systems.

Table 2. Cross-Origin Resource Sharing (CORS) Settings
Use Case Setting
No other web servers will access resources on the server, even if they have opted into CORS. Disable CORS and block access from external content
Other web servers running on the same machine as the server, such as a WebVI in LabVIEW, will access resources on the server. Enable CORS for web servers running on the same machine as clients
Only web servers you specify will access resources on the server. Enable CORS for a list of trusted web servers
Any web server will have access to resources on the server. Enable CORS for all origins (insecure)

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