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Please be sure: Do have access to your FQDN directly from your Server!

QlikSense login from local server using DNS redirect (SSL-cert) 

IF NO follow these steps:

These sounds very much like somthing we’ve seen, and is a windows security ‘feature’ You can work around this by the simple regedit from the server as documented in this URL (BryansGeekSpeak: Debugging Windows Server 2008R2 Event ID 6037 – “The target name used is not valid”), and given below for reference.

  1. Go to REGEDIT > HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Control\Lsa\MSV1_0
  2. Right click MSV1_0 > New > Multi-String Value
  3. Type ‘BackConnectionHostNames’
  4. Right click & select ‘Modify’
  5. Enter the Hostname of the site: WEBSITENAME (and on a new line enter the FQDN, WEBSITENAME.domain.com as well)
  6. Restart the QlikSense Proxy
  7. Done!

Source: https://community.qlik.com/t5/Qlik-Sense-Deployment-Management/QlikSense-login-from-local-server-using-DNS-redirect-SSL-cert/td-p/1300405#

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