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Will Web SSO break hardcoded URL links that use a server's IP address?

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I would just like to confirm or get a way to get around the following problem: If the current applications have hardcoded URL links in them that use the IP address of the server, and I enable Web SSO, the URL's won't work anymore, right?

If so, must I change all the hardcoding, or can I just have multiple addresses for the server? Thanks.
Web SSO requires you to use fully qualified addresses. You must change all hardcoded IPs to proper addresses. This is a best practice to begin with, and coding with IPs is a bad habit to get into.

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