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Crucible localhost:8060/login works but not if from the non-server machine

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[edit] It's the antivirus's firewall blocked access. Didn't check that. All good now.

Hi Community,

I installed Crucible 4.7.1 on my local desktop machine for trial. Everything works fine on that local machine localhost:8060. However, once I move to my laptop on the same wifi router, Crucible's homepage 192.168.8.x:8060 loads well, but once I try to login with the username/password, the browser would show a blank page at address 192.168.8.x:8060/login

I also installed trials of Jira and Bitbucket on the same desktop machine. Login and everything else works fine from laptop.

Is there anything to be configured to allow login by a client machine?

Thanks in advance,

Joseph

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It's the antivirus's firewall blocked client access. Didn't check that. All good now.

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Hi Joseph Dong,

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