There are a number of settings that can be used by JCM administrator to make rarely needed changes.
The settings do not exist in GUI and are stored in configuration file - application.properties, it is located in JCM program folder.
After making any change in the configuration file, you need to restart JCM Server to apply the change.
Change IP address of the JCM Server
See Migration of JCM Server: Scenario 3
|server.session.timeout||Session timeout in seconds. After this period of inactivity, JCM Console will be logged out.|
Set it to TRUE if several companies should be managed.
See JCM Administration Console: Companies and Licenses
|support.mac||Set it to TRUE if MAC clients should be managed|
Change the default port number 8443 to another one.
After the change, it is required to generate a new JCM Agent Setup and run them on all the client computers.
|jcm.cluster.mode||See Cluster Mode|
|jcm.strong.password||Use this setting to enable/disable forcing strong passwords for JCM Console users.|
|mysql.password:root||Type your MySQL password here|
Configuration file contains several passwords, and it may be considered as secret information. So the program allows to encrypt the passwords as follows:
You will be asked to enter the password to encrypt the file.
You will be asked to enter the password.
After encrypting the passwords, the server can be started only with the command lile. Jetico Server Monitor won't be able to start the server anymore.
The command to decrypt the passwords back:java -jar crypter.jar decrypt password.enc password.txt