ScreenSteps Desktop Whitelist Domains

Updated May 03, 2019

If your company firewall settings require domains to be added to a whitelist then you will need to add the following domains to the list:

  • * The * represents your ScreenSteps account name.
  • * ScreenSteps delivers media files from and other files using other subdomains of the domain. 
  • ScreenSteps checks this domain for updates to the desktop software.
  • ScreenSteps stores images on Amazon S3.

ScreenSteps uses port 443 for secure connections.

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