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Corporate network accessible?

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Hello:

I am helping implement a project which contains GA in a SharePoint site collection on our corporate intranet. The article here states "Your intranet must also be accessible through a fully qualified domain name such as http://intranet.example.com." Our internal network uses FQDN registered to our internal DNS in the format of http://company.intranet.local/sites/intranet (along with aliases such as http://intranet).

My question is: When the above states "accessible", do they mean on the internal network or via the internet (outside network)? I'm sorry if this is posted in the wrong area, as their aren't any locations specific to this type of question.

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Re: Corporate network accessible?

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As long as your intranet users can access www.google-analytics.com/analytics.js on their browser.

You will need to set some of the optional parameters. Here is a good, quick overview that may be all you need: https://www.thyngster.com/how-to-track-an-intranet-or-an-hybrid-app/

FYI: you can ignore the protocol part of that blog post.
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