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Controlling access to the Search Console for the default tenant


The Search Console for the default tenant enables users to search the default namespace and any namespaces owned by HCP tenants that allow system-level administrative access to themselves. You can choose to allow access to the Search Console for the default tenant only from specific IP addresses. Similarly, you can choose to deny access to the Search Console for the default tenant from specific IP addresses.

You use the Search Security page in the System Management Console to control access to the Search Console for the default tenant. To display this page, in the top-level menu of the System Management Console, select Security Search Security.

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Roles: To view and modify information on the Search Security page, you need the security role.

To control access to the Search Console for the default tenant, on the Search Security page:

Optionally, specify IP addresses to be allowed access to the Search Console. To do this:

1.Click on the Allow tab.

2.Follow the instructions in Adding and removing entries in Allow and Deny lists.

Optionally, specify IP addresses to be denied access to the Search Console. To do this:

1.Click on the Deny tab.

2.Follow the instructions in Adding and removing entries in Allow and Deny lists.

To specify how HCP should handle access requests from IP addresses that appear in both or neither of the Allow and Deny lists, select or deselect Allow request when same IP is used in both lists. Changes to this option take effect immediately.

For the effects of selecting and deselecting this option, see Allow and Deny list handling.

For an introduction to the Search Console, see HCP Search Console. For information on using the Search Console, see Searching Namespaces.

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