Configure Portal for ArcGIS

You can set and edit specific settings for each Portal for ArcGIS whether it is a hub or agent portal. You can also add, edit and remove a remote Portal for ArcGIS.

Specific Portal for ArcGIS Settings

ArcGIS Portals can be added to ProductName at any point and it will be detected and added to the sidebar automatically.

Enable or Disable Monitoring

You can enable or disable monitoring of a Portal for ArcGIS with the following procedure. When monitoring is disabled, Analytics will stop collecting information and stop checking alarms for this Portal for ArcGIS. Previously collected information can still be viewed in Analytics when monitoring is disabled.

To enable or disable monitoring a Portal for ArcGIS:

  1. In Configuration, click Portals.

  2. Click the name of the Portal for ArcGIS for which you want to enable or disable monitoring.

  3. Click at the top right.

Remove a Portal for ArcGIS

When you remove a Portal for ArcGIS, it no longer appears in Analytics and its collected information is no longer accessible.

If the Portal for ArcGIS server has an Analytics Agent installed, uninstalling the Agent removes the Portal for ArcGIS from Analytics and all other resources found on that server; this is the preferred method to remove a Portal for ArcGIS found via an Agent. If the server is already decommissioned, you can remove the Portal for ArcGIS using the following method.

If the Portal for ArcGIS server has an Analytics Agent installed and the Portal for ArcGIS is removed using the following method without the Agent being uninstalled, the Portal for ArcGIS will reappear in Analytics.

To remove a Portal for ArcGIS:

  1. In Configuration, click Portals.

  2. Click the name of the Portal for ArcGIS you want to remove.

  3. Click at the top right.

  4. Click OK.

Set up a Remote Portal for ArcGIS

To set up a remote Portal for ArcGIS:

  1. Open Analytics, and then click Configuration.

  2. At the bottom of the sidebar, click Add and select ArcGIS Portal.

  3. On the Setup tab, enter the following information:

    • Name: Enter the Portal name that will appear in reports and alarms.

    • Organization URL: Type in the URL to the remote server, for example, for example, https://YourHostName/arcgis

    • Authentication Type: Select the type of authentication you want to use from the following:

      • Token: Select if the remote Portal uses Token Authentication.

        • Username: Type in the name of a user with full access to the Portal.

        • Password: Type in the password that matches the Username.

      • OAuth2:

        • App ID: Paste in the App ID of the app in Portal.

        • App Secret: Paste in the App Secret of the app in Portal.

      • Windows Authentication: Select if you use Windows Authentication to secure the Portal.

        • Username: Type in the name of a user with full access to the Portal.

        • Password: Type in the password that matches the user.

        • Domain: Type in the domain that the user is on.

      • WinAuth + Token: Select if the Portal uses two layers of security made up of Windows Authentication and Token security. You then need to enter the credentials for both a Windows authenticated user and a token secured user. The fields are the same as for Windows Authentication and Token security above.

      • Win Auth + OAuth2: Select if the Portal uses two layers of security made up of Windows Authentication and OAuth2. You then need to enter the credentials for both a Windows Authenticated user and the App ID and App Secret of the App that you created for Analytics.

      • Server Installed On: Specify the server that this Portal for ArcGIS is installed on. When you specify a server in this box, Analytics is able to access the CPU and Memory process information for this Portal for ArcGIS in order to monitor its performance.
  4. Click Save.

    A message indicates that the portal is being added. When the process is complete, the Portal for ArcGIS appears in the sidebar under Portals and you can set more configuration options.

Set Specific Portal for ArcGIS Alarms

You can set up specific alarms that apply to a single Portal for ArcGIS instance on the Alarms tab of that instance. Click on any alarm card to edit the settings of an alarm. For more information, see Available User Accounts Alarm , Remaining Credits Alarm, ArcGIS Services Alarm. You can also configure the Request Failure Alarm, Response Time Alarm, Maximum CPU Usage Alarm, and Maximum Memory Usage Alarm, for each individual Portal for ArcGIS.