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* etc.
 
* etc.
  
==Proxyhost and proxyport==
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==Reverse proxy==
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If your server is located behind a reverse proxy you may need to select appropriate order of headers that is being used in your setup. Contact your network administrator if not sure.
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==Web proxy settings==
  
 
Your Moodle server may need to access the Internet through a proxy server, depending on your network configuration. If you're not sure about whether you need a proxy server, contact your network administrator or ISP.
 
Your Moodle server may need to access the Internet through a proxy server, depending on your network configuration. If you're not sure about whether you need a proxy server, contact your network administrator or ISP.
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Internet access is require for many core features such as:
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* language pack installation and upgrade
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* automatic updates
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* repositories
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* portfolios
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* plagiarism
  
 
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Revision as of 18:06, 9 November 2013

An administrator can change the following settings in Settings > Site administration > Server > HTTP.

Use slash arguments

This should be always enabled. This setting is intended mostly for diagnostic purposes, if you disable it and embedded images start working it means that the server is not configured properly.

See following pages for information:

If you disable this many Moodle features will not work properly, such as:

  • SCORM
  • relative links in embedded pages
  • many add-ons
  • etc.

Reverse proxy

If your server is located behind a reverse proxy you may need to select appropriate order of headers that is being used in your setup. Contact your network administrator if not sure.

Web proxy settings

Your Moodle server may need to access the Internet through a proxy server, depending on your network configuration. If you're not sure about whether you need a proxy server, contact your network administrator or ISP.

Internet access is require for many core features such as:

  • language pack installation and upgrade
  • automatic updates
  • repositories
  • portfolios
  • plagiarism