Custom server configuration in RemoteSpark client

If you have an on-premise or private-cloud (Azure Stack or similar) arrangement with Kognitiv Spark, the RemoteSpark Client application needs to be configured to point to the server and services allowing users to access the login and storage functions, and video/audio streaming functions of RemoteSpark.

Note: custom server configuration and setup is not part of a standard RemoteSpark licensing agreement. Please contact if you wish to discuss on-premise or private-cloud arrangements.

  1. Launch RemoteSpark.
  2. From the login page, click the Settings button (gear icon).

3. If you’re using the default setup for on-premise environments, select Local Server from the dropdown list.

Server drop-down list.

4. If you’re not using the default setup, click Add Item.

5. Add a Name for the Endpoint.

  • The name will not affect the server connection and is only for making it easier to select the server from your dropdown list if needed.

6. Add the URL for the server you’re connecting to.

  • Note: this URL must begin “https://” and finish with “/api/”

7. Optional: add an IP address (this can be left blank)

8. Click Save.

Add a name, URL, and IP (optional) for the Endpoint.

9. Select Test Login Server to ensure you’re able to connect to the server.

10. If the login test is successful, click Save again.

Note: to edit a custom server endpoint, click Edit Item on the server endpoint from the settings menu.