Configure how content hosted on other web servers may access resources on this server.
Use the following tables to choose settings on the
|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.
|No other systems will connect to the server.
||Block remote connections
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 1. Cross-Origin Resource Sharing (CORS) Settings
These settings only affect clients that opt into CORS, including web browsers, and do not change how other clients may access the server.
|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 web server hosting 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)