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Macrium MultiSite allows multiple Site Manager installations to be monitored and managed from a single online portal. To find out more, visit our website at

To configure Site Manager for MultiSite integration, the following steps must be followed.

Security Configuration

To ensure that no security issues can arise as a result of enabling MultiSite Integration, the following security options must be set in the Settings page under Security:

NameRequired Setting
Access Restriction - Allow Access to Site Manager without loginOff - user login must be enabled
Access Restriction - Network AccessAny computer with network access to the server can access Site Manager
Connection SettingsHTTPS communication must be enabled
Connection Settings - PortAny port may be used

Remote Management

Remote mangement of Site Manager must be enabled in the Remote Management section of Settings.

The options available are:

EnableToggles Remote Management access on and off
API KeySecurity key required by MultiSite to access Site Manager remotely. If this key is changed, MultiSite access will fail until MultiSite is updated with the new key
CopyCopies the API key to the clipboard
Generate New KeyGenerates a new random key. The key is not in effect until Save is pressed

All communications between MultiSite and Site Manager use RSA 2048 encryption, no unencrypted data is transferred

Communications Ports and IP Addresses

The MultiSite connection is based on outgoing traffic from the Site Manager installation. 

ServerProtocolPortIP AddressesPurpose

To establish an initial connection to MultiSite, Site Manager makes an outgoing HTTPS connection to the Macrium servers.

Site Manager uses an outgoing SSH connection to transfer information to MultiSite. Please note that the port used may change in future releases

The IP addresses provided may be changed or added to in future releases. We recommend adding any necessary firewall rules by DNS name if possible.

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