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Starling Two-Factor Authentication Hosted - HTTP Module Administration Guide

Disabling diagnostic logging for configuration tool

To disable diagnostic logging for Starling Two-Factor HTTP Module configuration tool:

  1. On a computer where Starling Two-Factor HTTP Module is installed, go to the bin folder in the installation directory. Normally, the path to the folder is %ProgramFiles%\One Identity\Starling Two-Factor HTTP Module\bin.
  2. Make the following changes in Starling.TwoFactor.HttpModule.Settings.exe.config file in the bin folder:
    • In the <log4net debug="true"> entry, set the value to false. For example, <log4net debug="false">
    • In the <level value="DEBUG" /> entry, set the value to ERROR. For example, <level value="ERROR"/>

 

Disabling diagnostic logging for web interface

To disable diagnostic logging for Starling Two-Factor HTTP Module web interface:

  1. On a computer where Starling Two-Factor HTTP Module is installed, go to Starling Two-Factor HTTP Module folder in the installation directory. Normally, the path to the folder is %ProgramFiles%\One Identity\Starling Two-Factor HTTP Module.
  2. Make the following changes to the web.config and log4net.config files in the Starling Two-Factor HTTP Module folder:
    • In the <log4net debug="true"> entry, set the value to false. For example, <log4net debug="false">
    • In the <level value="DEBUG" /> entry, set the value to ERROR. For example, <level value="ERROR"/>

Uninstalling Starling Two-Factor HTTP Module

The following section briefs about the steps to uninstall the Starling Two-Factor HTTP Module.

To uninstall the Starling Two-Factor HTTP Module

  1. Navigate to Programs and Features in Control Panel.
  2. Click One Identity Starling Two-Factor HTTP Module, and then click Uninstall.
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