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Situation; we have a multi-server environment in which we want to make the Umbraco back office inaccessible on the Front End servers.
We are achieving this by deploying a package on the front end servers that doesn't have the 'Umbraco' folder, so going to https://www.[publicdomain].com/umbraco just returns a 404. This is a bit clunky but it works.
The other option is to set rules through the load balancer ( or redirect ruls), however this has some complexities to do with Umbraco routing, e.g. Ajax requests to surface controllers, e.g. /umbraco/Surface/....., so you can create rules, but you need exclusions as well
Is there a way you can disable/hide Umbraco back office access through config?
If a server is set to be a slave it seems that disabling Umbraco on these nodes is the logic outcome, but this doesn't appear to be case.
Any help is greatly appreciated.
Thanks Ismail; I've done similar things in the past and this looks to do the job; I was just hoping there was simpler way to do it in code.
I think I'll put in a feature request and see how much uptake it gets.
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