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I have a web portal that is integrated to CRM. The security team conducted an assessment on the portal and reported that the portal server IP is exposed. I need to quickly fix this. I have referred to the link - https://blogs.msdn.microsoft.com/mike/2008/11/18/removing-an-iis-servers-ip-address-from-http-responses/
It doesn't seem to work. Any idea of how to fix this issue?
Just to clarify, is this your portal server (as opposed to one hosted by a 3rd party or Microsoft) ?
This looks like it's more an IIS issue than a CRM one, so I suggest asking in an IIS forum.
One thing to check is if you're using redirects (either explicitly, or via login controls), which can expose the IP address, depending on how it's setup
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