How to map apps based on subdomains on Thinfinity VirtualUI

Did you know that you can map apps based on the subdomains?

Thinfinity® VirtualUI not only takes your apps to the web, but also enables comfort features to simplify your daily tasks.

This is useful for assigning different URLs to as many applications as you need as this basically skips the landing page of VirtualUI.

To this end, you would need to open the Thinfinity VirtualUI Server Manager and on the General tab, you’ll see the Bindings field:


How to map apps based on subdomains on Thinfinity VirtualUI

Double click on the HTTP binding and you’ll see the following window:

HMap apps based on subdomains with Thinfinity VirtualUI

The idea would be to change it to HTTPS, bind the “Host name” to a subdomain dedicated for one of your applications, such as app1.domain, and then enable ‘Redirect incoming request to this URL”.

In the redirect URL you must specify the “VirtualUI URL” using the “Virtual Path”. E.g:

Map apps based on subdomains

This way all the incoming traffic to this subdomain will get redirected to this application.

You can repeat the process for as many apps (URLs) as you’d like:

Learn how to map apps based on subdomains

When you’re done, click OK and then restart the Thinfinity VirtualUI service by going to Start > Run > services.msc.

Afterward, see if you are able to access the URLs you created and if they point directly to the app that you configured on them.

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