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how might I create a short alias name, i.e. selfservice, in place of the long url needed to reach the different adaxes urls?

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Hello,

Unfortunately, there is no such possibility. As a solution, you can remove the word Adaxes from the URLs. In this case, a URL like the following can be used to access the Common Sign In page: http://host.company.com. On the page, users will be able to select the Web Interface (e.g. Self Service) they need and sign in to it.

Also, it is possible to configure automatic redirection rules for the Common Sign In page. For details, have a look at section Common Sign In of the following tutorial: https://www.adaxes.com/tutorials_WebInterfaceCustomization_CustomizeSignInPageAndLogonNameOptions.htm.

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