I have an instance of Node-RED running on AWS Elastic Beanstalk.
It's working fine, but I've run into a funny wrinkle : when moving the admin interface to a non-root location (say, /red), the EB health monitor shows the ap's health status as degraded (because, I think, it's only looking at the root directory - I have a support case open with them to see about this, but meanwhile have found no way to change this) --
So, what I'd like to know how to do, is for security reasons (to obscure the identity of the running app) to change/edit the HTML served from a GET to the admin interface directory (as shown in the snippet below), in the event that I need to leave it at the root.
I figure there must be a place to edit this, but I didn't find it in settings.js .
All guidance will be much appreciated!
HTML returned from GET to root dir, that I wish to change / anonymize, below:
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