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This version of GitHub Enterprise Server was discontinued on 2023-09-25. No patch releases will be made, even for critical security issues. For better performance, improved security, and new features, upgrade to the latest version of GitHub Enterprise Server. For help with the upgrade, contact GitHub Enterprise support.

Configuring user applications for your enterprise

You can configure applications for users in your enterprise.

Configuring applications

You can configure internal application settings for your GitHub Enterprise Server instance.

Configuring email for notifications

To make it easy for users to respond quickly to activity on GitHub Enterprise Server, you can configure your GitHub Enterprise Server instance to send email notifications for issue, pull request, and commit comments.

Configuring GitHub Pages for your enterprise

You can enable or disable GitHub Pages for your enterprise and choose whether to make sites publicly accessible.

Configuring rate limits

You can set rate limits for GitHub Enterprise Server using the Management Console.

Configuring web commit signing

You can enable auto-signing of commits made in the web interface of GitHub Enterprise Server.

Managing GitHub Mobile for your enterprise

You can decide whether people can use GitHub Mobile to connect to your GitHub Enterprise Server instance.

Verifying or approving a domain for your enterprise

You can verify your ownership of domains with GitHub to confirm the identity of organizations owned by your enterprise account. You can also approve domains where organization members can receive email notifications.