Log on to the Apex Central console from the Apex Central server or from any endpoint with Internet access and a supported web browser.
You cannot use the same user account to log onto the Apex Central management console from multiple browsers on the same endpoint.
You can use the same user account to log onto the Apex Central management console from different endpoints.
To access the console locally, on the Apex Central server, go to Start > Programs > Trend Micro Apex Central > Trend Micro Apex Central.
To access the console remotely, open a web browser and go the following address:
Where <host name> is the fully qualified domain name (FQDN), IP address, or server name of the Apex Central server.
The Log On screen appears.
To log on using Apex Central account credentials, type the user name and password.
To log on with domain credentials, type the domain and user name in the following format, and then type the password.
Logging on with domain credentials requires an integrated Active Directory structure.
For more information, contact your Active Directory administrator.
If your administrator enabled Two-Factor Authentication, follow the on-screen prompts.
For more information on setting up Two-Factor Authentication, contact your administrator.
The Log On with Domain Credentials button only displays if the administrator added the Apex Central server to the Active Directory domain on the Active Directory server.
Apex Central prompts you to provide your domain credentials and confirm the automatic logon. The next time you access the console, click Log On with Domain Credentials to log on automatically.