Access the NES Administrator Console

Perform the following steps to connect to the NES Administrator Console and confirm the status of the system.

  1. Connect to the NES Administrator Console in a browser by typing https://nes_server/NES_service_name or http://nes_server/NES_service_name
    depending on the NES configuration, where:
    • nes_server is the Fully Qualified Domain Name (FQDN) of the NES host.
    • NES_service_name is the service mapping name for the NES web application. The default service mapping name is nes.

      For example, https://nes.cwp.company.com/nes.

      Note: The service mapping name for NES is defined during deployment. Contact the person who performed the deployment to obtain the NES service mapping name value. Record the URL of ph conkeyref="prod_names/nes"/> in Appendix—Record the CWP Variables. You will use this URL to connect to the NES Administrator Console and require it during the CWP Backend deployment.
  2. On the Sign in window, type the credentials of a user that is a member of the NES Administrators group, and then click Sign In.
  3. On the main menu, click About.
    The System Diagnostics page appears.
  4. Click View Full System Diagnostics.
    The NES server analyzes the status of dependencies and displays the results on the page. The following figure shows the various tests that are performed and the status. In this example, all tests passed and there was one warning the that L2 certificate will expire soon.
    Figure 1. System Diagnostic Tests
  5. Verify the username has administrative access by observing Policies, and Search in the main menu.
The Nymi Connected Worker Platform—Troubleshooting Guide provides information about how to resolve issues that you might encounter when you run system diagnostics and attempt to access the NES Administrator Console.

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