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 Hello,

 I have reinstalled my server.

If I want to change something in the Pulseway Server Administrator, I get the following error:

„The request failed with http status 404: Not Found.“

 Can someone help me?

 Best regards

 Nikolaj Kinas

 

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Hi Nikolaj,

What is the "Web Server" setting set to in the Pulseway Admin -> License & Administration -> Server Administrator? Does it match the FQDN of your server?

-Paul

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