Guten Tag Chris,
am Donnerstag, 24. Mai 2018 um 16:30 schrieben Sie:
> I am currently trying to access the web end point of a Bugzilla
> database, and I was told that I need to whitelist the hostname of
> the machine that I am using to access Bugzilla. However, I have
> searched high and low on the host machine, and I am not sure exactly
> where the list resides nor do I know what the name of the list is.
> The previous system administrator is no longer available, and I am
> assuming responsibilities of this system.=20
This has nothing to do with Bugzilla, it doesn't manage such a list.
So it's most likely a configuration for your web server, whicht might
itself depend on your server OS. So get to know your OS and web
server, find all configurations of your web server, find the one
responsible for Bugzilla and check it authorization settings.
In case of the very commonly used Linux and httpd, it's very likely
/etc/apache2/sites-available and some "Require" directive. Heavily
depends on your OS, web server, its version etc. of course, so you
might be better searching for help in specialized forums.
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