I'm planning to do a IIS redirect from the corporate web server (accessible through public url) into the internal web server hosting EIM/WIM. My EIM/WIM is on a single server configuration. Which server would be taking the load for this; corporate or internal web server?
Has anyone done this before? Is there any restriction / consideration to take into account (i.e. access, port #, etc).
a) i thought there was some requirement to have same access/id across the distributed system which is going to be use to start the services? if the web server has a public ip/fqdn (meant for WIM) wouldnt that mean we are (unintentionally) opening access up for the agent/whoever to login into the system from the internet?
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