Adding the CNAME record in your public DNS server

When you choose to use your existing external application URL, the Privileged Access Service displays the CNAME record that you need to enter in your public DNS server. This record creates an alias so that when users enter your existing URL (host name), they’re redirected automatically to the internal application (by way of the canonical name).

After you upload the certificate, Admin Portal displays the CNAME record entry that you need to enter in your DNS settings.

  1. In your domain’s DNS settings, you’ll enter a CNAME record to map this URL to the application’s gateway connection URL.
  2. Afterwards in the App Gateway settings, you click Validate to ensure that the DNS settings are correct.