At times users want to restrict access to content by not allowing media to be embedded on certain domains. To serve this need, VIDIZMO allows its users to restrict/allow playback to specified domains. This gives them complete control on how a Portal's media can or can not be published using embed codes. 


To learn more about Trusted Domains, see: Understanding Portal Security.


Follow the steps below to see how you can restrict playback to a specific domain of any Portal.


Steps


Administrators and Managers can add Trusted Domains to allow/restrict playback on specific domains. 


1. From the Portal's Homepage

i. Click on the menu icon on the top left-hand corner of the screen to bring up the left navigation pane.

ii. Then click on the down arrow to expand the Admin section.

iii Select the Control Panel to open the Manage Portal navigation pane.




2. From the Manage Portal navigation pane:

i. Expand Security tab.

ii. Select Trusted Domains.

iii. Next, select Allow all, except checkbox.

iv. Add domains here, that you want to restrict.

v. Click on the Add Domain button to add a new domain. 




3. The added domain gets listed under the Domain's section.  

 

i. The Trusted Domains has been added successfully.

ii. Finally, click on the Update button to save changes. 


A notification will be displayed stating: Portal details have been updated successfully.




Steps to Edit or Delete an Added Domain


4. Select the Edit icon to edit the domain:

i.  Edit the Domains URL in the text input screen or replace it with another URL. 

ii. Click on the Check icon to save changes. 

iii. Next, click on the Update button to proceed. 


A notification will be displayed stating: Portal details have been updated successfully. 








5. For deleting an added Domain:
i. Click on the Delete icon.

ii. Next, click on the Update button to save changes.  


A notification will be displayed stating: Portal details have been updated successfully. 




Roles and Permissions

  • Administrators and Managers can add Trusted Domains to allow/restrict playback on specific domains.