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.

How to

  1. In the navigation menu, select Configuration > Locations.
    Note: If you are trying the new Enterprise Center interface, in the navigation menu, select Locations > Locations.
  2. Click the name of the location that you want to edit or click the edit icon that appears when you hover over the location.
  3. To change the name or description of the location:
    1. Click the name or description.
    2. Edit the name or description fields as needed.
  4. To change the assigned policy, in the Policy menu, select a policy.
  5. To enter a new IP address or CIDR, enter an IP address or CIDR block in this format:
    • IPAddress is the IPv4 or IPv6 address.
      • 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.
  6. Click the check mark icon
  7. To remove an IP address or CIDR, select an IP address or CIDR range and click the delete icon that appears.
  8. To add an IP address for a headless computer or device that is exempt from authentication:
    1. In the Bypass IP section, click the link icon.
    2. In the dialog, click the plus sign icon.
    3. Enter the IP addresses of computers and devices that you want exempt from authentication.
    4. Click OK.
  9. Click Save.

Next steps

After editing a location, you must deploy the changes to the ETP network. For instructions see Deploy configuration changes.