Host administration panel provides an interface for infrastructural configurations of hosted Emakin applications. From this panel you can add/remove applications and manage their basic settings such as database connections, login services, file and calendar services, security policies, e-Mail services, and worker configurations.
Click the downward arrow next to application name to open the settings menu. Settings on this menu are separated into tabs as follows:
- General Settings
- Database Settings
- Login Services
- Other Services
- E-Mail Services
How to Access
You can access host administration panel by following the steps below:
- Go to ApplicationAddress:7180 or simply localhost:7180 address from your browser (e.g. demo.myemakin.com:7180)
- On the landing page you will be required to enter an administration password to get an access to application settings
- Default password is the text "verysecret". You can change your password after you logged into the administration panel using "Change Password" button which is on the top navigation bar
- Enter your password into the Authentication Password field and press Login button to access the panel.
To manage host administration panel access settings, edit the appsettings.json file in the "..\6Kare\Agent\Configuration" folder.
For issues on accessing, see the notes below.
Accessing Administration Panel
On some installations, port 5000 might not be reserved for Administration Panel. In this situation, access port to this page can be customized in the file"..\6Kare\Agent\Configuration\appsettings.json". You can also prevent access to this page in the same file.
If there is no appsettings.json file in this directory, just copy the same file from "..\6Kare\Agent" folder into "..\6Kare\Agent\Configuration" folder and make changes on it.
Changing Administration Panel Password
When you change the Administration Panel password, it is stored as a hash value in the HostSettings table in SQL database.
If you forget this password, just delete the password record from the table and you will be able to log in with the default "verysecret" password again.
Application and Domain Names
When Emakin runs for the first time after the installation; by default, it creates an application, named "localhost" and a domain, named "default".
While the application name can be changed from the Administration Panel, domain name can not.
It can still be changed from the SQL database manually. It is suggested to create your own application and domain with custom names early on.
Accessing User Interface
If there is only one application and one domain registered to Emakin, you can access the user interface with the addresses like "localhost", "default.localhost", "domain_name.localhost", "domain_name.application_name" or any other name that is redirected to the localhost, even if you have already customized the names of the application and the domain.
If there is only one application but multiple domains, you can access your domains with the addresses like "domain_name1.localhost", "domain_name2.localhost" etc. or "domain_name1.application_name", "domain_name2.application_name" etc.
For multiple applications with multiple domains, you have to type the exact address to access any domain's user interface.
Default Domain User Information
The default domain comes with a default Admin user. Its login information is as below:
user name: [email protected]