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Crowd setup still accessable after successful setup

After completing the setup for Crowd, the setup page is still accessible when accessing the URL, http://site.com:8095. I need to put a blank page there, since it appears that all of the application access it through http://site.com:8095/crowd/.... Is this possible? Maybe something as simple as dropping in an empty index.html page?

 

Thank you.

 

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Hi Eric,

This question has already been answered here: https://answers.atlassian.com/questions/33145224

 

Version 2.9.1 (Windows). This is after the initial start of the Crowd/Tomcat using the startup batch file, then, from my workstation (not the server) connect to the http://ip:8095/ and click that Setup button. I went through the entire setup, database, users, etc, and have already created applications and have JIRA and Confluence using Crowd, but, this screen still exists and I can't have it visible or accessible. Anyone tinkering around could click Setup and reconfigure everything.

Other web based app's that I have installed in the past had a "setup" folder that was either deleted on successful configuration or the permissions were set so it no longer was accessible, is it possible the Setup on the server side missed a step in the process?

 

Crowd_Setup.PNG

 

Thanks.

 

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Marcin Kempa Atlassian Team Jun 07, 2016

Hi @Eric Shoaf!

Could you provide some more details about your problem like a screenshot and a version of Crowd application?

Thanks!

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