These settings should only be applied to the SCEPman App Service, not the Certificate Master. Please refer to Application Settings.


Value: true or false

Description: When not configured or set to true, anyone on the internet knowing the app service's URL can access the SCEPman Homepage and see status information like the SCEPman version and whether SCEPman is up and running (except if you prevent this with a firewall). We consider this non-sensitive information, but if you want to hide it, set this to false. Then, the homepage is deactivated for browser access and this information is not visible anymore.


Value: App Service Name or

Description: This defines the public OCSP endpoint URL for the certificates. By default, the value contains the App Service Name. If you want to use a Custom Domain, you need to change this value.


Value: empty or license key

Description: If you are using a trial deployment or the community edition this field leaves empty. After you purchased the Enterprise Edition you will receive a license key from us, then you can insert this key into this setting.


Value: true or false

Description: You can send Debug log information to a cloud-based monitoring solution of our company for support reasons. This can speed up support cases. You can activate and deactivate this feature by changing the value to true or false.

Do not forget to restart SCEPman App Service after enabling and saving the setting.


This defines which Table Storage Endpoint to use for checking manual certificate revocations. If you remove this setting, SCEPman will not use the database for revocation checks.

Changes can harm your service!


Applicable to version 2.8 and above

Value: true or false (default)

Description: When requesting certificates, SCEPman stores those requested certificates in the Storage Account in Azure if this is set to true and when this setting is not explictly overriden with false for the specific endpoint. This will make the issued certificates appear in SCEPman Certificate Master, where you can view and revoke them manually. Additionally, certificates are revoked automatically depending on the specific SCEP endpoint used for enrollment. If set to false or not set, SCEPman will only store issued certificates for those endpoint where certificate storage has been explicitly enabled. If a certificate is not stored,they are visible only in the logs or if the SCEP client stores them somewhere.


This setting points to the Application Artifacts that will be loaded by starting the App Service. Please have a look at these instructions: Application Artifacts.

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