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As long as they are in the same domain(?) and run under the same protocol (i guess http for test?), this should not be a problem. Microsoft writes the following: An Office Web Apps Server farm can provide Office services to multiple on-premises hosts, and you can scale out the farm from one server to multiple servers as your organization’s needs grow. ...


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There are two ways to customize the Web.Config settings. How to: Create a Supplemental .config FileThe declarative approach is best suited to situations where you need to add large amounts of XML code. In addition, all the configuration changes are applied to every application on the server. How to: Add and Remove Web.config Settings ProgrammaticallyThe ...


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The ideal solution is to use PowerShell (or C#) and use SPWebConfigModification class for making configuration changes. The advantage of this approach is that the changes will get retained in case of System Upgrades, Migration etc. This will also push the configuration to all servers in the farm. Some useful links ...



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