Edit a location
Complete these steps to edit the settings that are associated with a location.
To perform this task, you must be an Enterprise Threat Protector (ETP) administrator. If you are a delegated or tenant administrator, you can modify the locations that you created or the locations that you are allowed to access.
In the navigation menu, select
.Note: If you are trying the new Enterprise Center interface, in the navigation menu, select .
- Click the name of the location that you want to edit or click the edit icon that appears when you hover over the location.
- To change the name or description of the location:
- Click the name or description.
- Edit the name or description fields as needed.
- To change the assigned policy, in the Policy menu, select a policy.
To enter a new IP address or CIDR, enter
an IP address or CIDR block in this format:
- IPAddress is the IPv4 or
- n is the bit prefix. The maximum CIDR block for IPv4 is /16 and for IPv6 it is /48.
You can provide multiple IP addresses or CIDR blocks. If you enter more than one address, each address appears as a separate item in the field.Note: Support for dynamic DNS is currently in limited availability. Organizations with access to this feature can configure a domain name for the location. For more information, see Locations and dynamic DNS.
- IPAddress is the IPv4 or IPv6 address.
- Click the check mark icon
- To remove an IP address or CIDR, select an IP address or CIDR range and click the delete icon that appears.
To add an IP address for a headless
computer or device that is exempt from authentication:
- In the Bypass IP section, click the link icon.
- In the dialog, click the plus sign icon.
- Enter the IP addresses of computers and devices that you want exempt from authentication.
- Click OK.
- Click Save.
After editing a location, you must deploy the changes to the ETP network. For instructions see Deploy configuration changes.