Configuring Login Web URL and Login URI for an account

Configuring Login Web URL and Login URI for an account

What is a login URL and login URI under accounts?

Login Web URL: A login URL is the locator of a resource (Which can be used to locate the address of a resource in the internet).

Login URI: It is the identifier, which is used to identify any resource or name in the internet.

Consider that you are providing IT support for multiple clients (which can be configured as accounts within the SDP MSP application).

You can configure specific URLs under the Accounts and those URLs can be act as the login URLs for the users belonged to that particular account.

If a requester from an account (organization) uses the login URL that you provided, they will see a customized logo and domains associated with that particular account alone.

If you do not wish to provide a unique URL for your accounts (providing one URL to each account), you can use the MSP URL for login, but differentiate the accounts based on the URI.

Here the requester is going to use the MSP's login URL and they can see the MSP logo and login page along with the domains (associated with all accounts configured in the SDP MSP application, where the requester need to choose the exact domain belonged to his account for the login).

For example: 

Scenario 1 (URL): Consider that you are supporting an account named "ManageEngine". For this account, you can configure the login URL as "".

If you provide this login URL to your requesters, the requester will only see the domains and login details associated with "ManageEngine" account.

If you are going to provide IT support for another account (name it as webnms), you can provide the login URL as "".

Scenario 2 (URI): Consider that you are going to use the MSP login URL, which is "" and you are providing support for ManageEngine (an account), you can configure the login URL as "" to load the login page for "Manageengine" account.

Where "" is your login URL and "Manageengine" is your login URI.

As like the same, you can use "" to load the login page.

Where "" is your URL and "webnms" is your login URI.

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