Hey there We’ve just got our arcgis enterprise 10.9.1 installed on a windows server 2019 working with a puplic ip linked to CloudFlare cdn and a firewall inside the network I set it up and configured the domain name and when i login to portal from outside the network it’s response as follow: (You don't have permission to access this resource.) and i can login from the arc gis apps like Collector and the other apps and i can even login to portal admin and server manager and server admin but when trying to login to portal it’s redirected my request to this link https://mydomain/portal/sharing/oauth2/signin and here where is the error message come .
have you set the webcontexturl in portaladmin?
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Yes i did but may i ask if there is a proplem when the local domain match the puplic domain exactly like my Active Directory domain is the same as my global domain name and I noticed the portal link is extremely slow when opening it from out side the internal network (online)
same domain shouldn't be a problem. I have a setup where externally I'm something like:
and internally I'm:
But I use split DNS internally so my internal/external paths are all *.acme.com.
The reason for slowness is more likely to be infrastructure/latency issues than esri. That can get a bit tricky to resolve on a forum, so you might want to look at ping tests, and speeds between components or for a more advanced approach use something like wireshark.
Thank you very much I’ll do that i can reach every thing except the portal link when i enter the username and password and click login error 404 (You don't have permission to access this resource.) shown it’s look like an a authorization proplem the wired thing i can login from Survey 123 app and the others phone apps on my phone with the same account but only on the portal it’s happening!
Have you used developer tools in your browser to look at the network traces? My guess is that the answer is there. What URLs come up with a 401,404