How to Customize the Nerdio Manager URL

How to Customize the Nerdio Manager URL

You have the option of customizing the Nerdio Manager URL.

To customize the Nerdio Manager URL:

  1. In the Azure portal, navigate to App Services.

    Note: It is called web-admin-portal-xxxx.

  2. Copy the app service's default domain. For example,

  3. Create a new CNAME record in your domain's public DNS zone for the custom domain you want to add. (For example, This CNAME record should point to the existing app's URL with the following settings:

    • Record Type: CNAME

    • Name: <>

    • Value: <the app service default URL>

    • TTL: 1800 (or your preferred default)

  4. After the DNS record is created, in the Azure portal, return to App ServicesYour subscriptionCustom domains.

  5. Select + Add custom domain.

  6. In Custom domain, type your custom domain and select Validate.

    Note: If the CNAME record was recently created, you may need to wait 1-2 minutes before the validation succeeds.

  7. Once the validation is successful, select Add custom domain.

    The custom domain is now added.

  8. To ensure that traffic to the new domain is secure, in the SSL Binding column, select Add binding.

  9. In the TLS/SSL Binding pop-up window, select Upload PFX Certificate to provide the export of your certificate file.

  10. Alternatively, you may also purchase an SSL certificate through Azure.

    • Navigate to App ServicesYour subscriptionTLS/SSL settings.

    • Select Buy Certificate and follow the on-screen instructions.

  11. Once the certificate is uploaded, in the TLS/SSL bindings section, select + Add TLS/SSL Binding to associate the new domain to the certificate.

  12. Enter the following information:

    • Custom domain: From the drop-down list, select the custom domain.

    • Private Certificate Thumbprint: From the drop-down list, select the certificate.

    • TLS/SSL Type: From the drop-down list, select the TLS/SSL type.

  13. Once you have entered all the required information, select Add Binding.

  14. In the Azure AD portal, navigate to Azure Active DirectoryApp registrations and locate web-admin-portal-xxxx.

  15. In the menu on the left, select the Authentication.

  16. Under Redirect URI, add the following URIs:




  17. Select Save.

  18. Navigate to App Services and select the app service called web-admin-portal-xxxx.

  19. Select ConfigurationApplication Settings.

  20. Change the Deployment:WebAppUrl to your custom domain (without the trailing slash).

  21. Select OK.

  22. Verify that your custom domain for Nerdio Manager works by navigating to https://<your custom domain>/.

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