CSV Files for Services

In Services, Import/Export Services, you can download a sample file and can populate it according to the specifications in the following table. In Record Type, * = required for that type of record (TCP/UDP, TCP/UDP: Web Portal, SSL VPN, or Application).
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In Services, Import/Export Services, you can download a sample file and can populate it according to the specifications in the following table. In Record Type, * = required for that type of record (TCP/UDP, TCP/UDP: Web Portal, SSL VPN, or Application).
CSV File Column Label
Record Type
Permitted Values
Description / Notes
Type
All*
TCP/UDP
Application
Import record (row) type
Service Name
All*
text
Name of the service
Application record label:
App Name
Local IP
TCP*
IPv4 local address
The local IP address of this service. Must be on the Class A 127 network.
TCP Ports
TCP
SSL
Port value
The service TCP ports. Either:
  • One or more port numbers that are separated by space or comma
  • One port range with 1-500 port
  • One port mapping
For TCP/UDP services, if a value is specified for both TCP Ports and UDP Ports, the values must match exactly. For both types of services, a port value is required for at least one of TCP Ports and UDP Ports.
TCP/UDP Service record labels:
Port(s) + Protocol
UDP Ports
TCP
SSL
Port value
The service UDP ports. Either:
  • One or more port numbers that are separated by space or comma
  • One port range with 1-500 port
  • One port mapping
For TCP/UDP services, if a value is specified for both TCP Ports and UDP Ports, the values must match exactly. For both types of services, a port value is required for at least one of TCP Ports and UDP Ports.
TCP/UDP Service record labels:
Port(s) + Protocol
Description
All
Text
Service description.
TCP/UDP Service record label: Comments
Enabled
TCP*
SSL*
t
= enabled
f
= disabled
Do not use uppercase 'T' or 'F'
Disable the Service globally; or enable, subject to policy
Show in Column
TCP*
t
= enabled
f
= disabled
Do not use uppercase 'T' or 'F'
Access page display mode
Application Protocol
TCP*
ICA
RDP
VNC
Service application protocol.
In contrast to the GUI: Disabled, Console, and Web Portal are not used here.
A Web Portal is specified by the presence of an address in the Web Portal Launch URL field.
Web Portal Launch URL
TCP: Web
Mapped URL - Use the following form:
http[s]://<Local IP>:<First Port>/
[path, if any]
  • The target address is specified by the Device using the Portal
  • A target DNS address for the portal can be identified by the Host Header (and Aliases, if applicable)
Launch Path
App*
Path
Location of the remote application that is used in application publishing. Applicable only to targets running Microsoft Terminal Services.
Client Application
TCP
Path
Location of the local application that is launched when the service is initiated.
Host Header
TCP: Web
FQDN
Specify the FQDN of the target website in this field. Per HTTP 1.1, if the Web Portal resides on a single IP address which hosts several websites (such as Apache NameVirtualHost or IIS Host Header Access), this setting is used to identify the correct website target.
Note:
If Web Portal Launch URL is empty, this field does not populate.
Aliases
TCP: Web
text
If the target web portal is referred to by several different names, enter those names here.
Example: If Host Header contains "www.example.com", while some links on that portal page point to "example.com" and "someserver.example.com", enter "example.com" and "someserver.example.com" here (without quotes, separated by space or comma) so that requests to that site is handled successfully.
Note: 
If Web Portal Launch URL is empty, this field does not populate.
Hide Web Portal
TCP: Web
t
= enabled
f
= disabled
Do not use uppercase 'T' or 'F'
If this portal is not intended to be user-facing - for example, for a graphics file server - select this checkbox so as not to display an access link for the user on the Access page.
TCP/UDP Service record: Hide From User