In this window, you can set the addresses and ports where the memoQ Content connector will listen, and you can secure the connections using the HTTPS protocol and through an API key.

You can use the API key to secure the connection when the Content connector calls on the memoQ server to alert it that the source content has changes.

How to get here

1.Log in to the server computer through Remote Desktop.

3.Start the memoQ server Deployment tool: Open the Start screen or the Start menu by pressing the Windows key.

4.Type memoQ, and wait for the results to appear.

5.In the list, click memoQ Server Deployment Administration.

6.Windows may ask you to confirm to run the program. Click Yes or Run.

7.The Deployment window opens. You need the fourth section from the top (Content connector).

8.In the Content connector section, click Advanced. From the menu, choose Configure addresses. The Configure addresses window opens.


What can you do?

Configure the address and port where memoQ server can call the Content connector for changes

Allow or deny memoQ servers to access depending on their IP address

Configure the address and port where the Content connector client program can connect to create connections

Allow or deny the Content connector clients to access depending on their IP address; or, use an API key to restrict access

Set up HTTPS to secure all connections to Content connector: Click the Protocol tab. To learn more, read the Secure the connection to Content connector topic.

Configure the API keys so that Content connector can alert memoQ server when there are changes

When you finish

1.To return to the Deployment tool: Click OK.

2.Connect to the Content connector from the Content connector client program.

3.In the Content connector client program, create a connection.

4.In memoQ server, create a content-connected online project that takes the source documents from the new connection.