Question is there anyway on how to remove "/pivision" at the end part of the URL accessing on it?
User able to have hard time typing on it. So they ask if its ok not to type the "/pivision".
Yes, this can be done fairly easily in IIS Manager. Select the website level (in my screenshot it is named PIVision) and set up a HTTP Redirect.
Then, in order to avoid an infinite loop of redirects, select the web application level (always PIVision) and disable the redirect.
This allows a user to type in https://piVisionWebServer and be redirected to https://piVisionWebServer/pivision automatically.
This can be used in combination with a DNS Alias but a DNS Alias is not required. Also, a DNS Alias on its own will not allow you to omit the "/pivision" in the URL.
Entirely removing the "/pivision" is possible. But it requires configuration that is unsupported and I have not seen any compelling use cases for it so far. In my opinion it is generally better to set up a redirect.
You can use DNS alias that allows administrators to customize the name that users will enter into browsers to navigate to PI Vision, so users can access PI Vision and the PI Web API using DNS aliases rather than the web server's hostname or fully qualified domain name (FQDN).
for more details refer KB01691 - Configuring PI Vision to be accessed by a DNS Alias
Thanks for this information. So probably this setup needs to configure the Kerberos for PI Vision
Thanks for this is easy procedure and it works. Sorry for the word removing the "/pivision", i mean just neglecting the "/pivision'" while typing the URL.
On my website level, Default web site i add in http direct the DNS Name of the URL on it and check the box. Then on the PIVision web app level i uncheck the box.
Is this procedure is just one time configuration? until SSL certificate is already installed? No more procedure will be done?
Yes, its just a one-time configuration.
The certificate doesn't come into play directly here. If the certificate was valid before the HTTP Redirect was added, it will continue working. If the certificate bindings are changed at a later point, that won't break the HTTP Redirect.
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