Miro On An Offline Network

  • 27 July 2021
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Hello :)

I understand that the probable answer to this question will be - (a big) NO, since I couldn't find anything online, but still.

I work at a workplace with access to only a private network, so my obvious question is if it is possible to have all the back end running on our servers privately. I expect this option to be only available as an interpose solution of course.



Daniel K

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@Daniel Korkotyan -

Unfortunately not - you could certainly create a wish list idea (following the guidelines here Wish List: Everything You Need to Know 🌠 | Miro), but my assumption is that the development effort and ongoing support overhead involved with supporting local installations would make this an extremely low probability of acceptance enhancement…


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@Daniel Korkotyan - A similar post on the topic of running an on-premise instance of Miro: