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Properties available in a JMX client

This information gives a summary of the properties that can be viewed and changed in a JMX client.
alfresco.authentication.allowGuestLogin
Specifies whether to allow guest access.
alfresco.authentication.authenticateCIFS
A Boolean that when true enables internal authentication for the CIFS server. When false and no other members of the authentication chain support CIFS authentication, the CIFS server will be disabled.
ntlm.authentication.mapUnknownUserToGuest
Specifies whether unknown users are automatically logged on as the guest user during Single Sign-On (SSO).
ntlm.authentication.sso.enabled
A Boolean that when true enables NTLM based Single Sign-On (SSO) functionality in the Web clients. When false and no other members of the authentication chain support SSO, password-based login will be used.
authentication.chain
Specifies the authentication chain.
synchronization.autoCreatePeopleOnLogin
Specifies whether to create a user with default properties when a user is successfully authenticated, who does not yet exist in Alfresco Content Services, and was not returned by a differential sync (if enabled with the specified property). The default is true. Setting this to false allows you to restrict Alfresco Content Services to a subset of those users who could be authenticated by LDAP; only those created by synchronization are allowed to log in. You can control the set of users in this more restricted set by overriding the user query properties of the LDAP authentication subsystem
synchronization.import.cron
Specifies a cron expression defining when the scheduled synchronization job should run, by default at midnight every day.
synchronization.loggingInterval
Specifies the number of user or group entries the synchronization subsystem will process before logging progress at INFO level. If you have the following default entry in log4j.properties:

log4j.logger.org.alfresco.repo.security.sync=info. The default is 100.

synchronization.syncOnStartup
Specifies whether to trigger a differential sync when the subsystem starts up. The default is true. This ensures that when user registries are first configured, the bulk of the synchronization work is done on server startup, rather than on the first login.
synchronization.syncWhenMissingPeopleLogIn
Specifies whether to trigger a differential sync when a user is successfully authenticated who does not yet exist in Alfresco Content Services. The default is true.
synchronization.synchronizeChangesOnly
Specifies if the scheduled synchronization job is run in differential mode. The default is false, which means that the scheduled sync job is run in full mode. Regardless of this setting a differential sync can still be triggered when a user is successfully authenticated who does not yet exist in Alfresco Content Services.
synchronization.workerThreads
Specifies the number of worker threads. For example, 2.
cifs.WINS.autoDetectEnabled
When true causes the cifs.WINS.primary and cifs.WINS.secondary properties to be ignored.
cifs.WINS.primary
Specifies a primary WINS server with which to register the server name.
cifs.WINS.secondary
Specifies a secondary WINS server with which to register the server name.
cifs.bindto
Specifies the network adapter to which to bind. If not specified, the server will bind to all available adapters/addresses.
cifs.disableNIO
Disables the new NIO-based CIFS server code and reverts to using the older socket based code.
cifs.disableNativeCode
When true, switches off the use of any JNI calls and JNI-based CIFS implementations.
cifs.domain
An optional property. When not empty, specifies the domain or workgroup to which the server belongs. This defaults to the domain/workgroup of the server, if not specified.
cifs.enabled
Enables or disables the CIFS server.
cifs.hostannounce
Enables announcement of the CIFS server to the local domain/workgroup so that it shows up in Network Places/Network Neighborhood.
cifs.ipv6.enabled
Enables the use of IP v6 in addition to IP v4 for native SMB. When true, the server will listen for incoming connections on IPv6 and IPv4 sockets.
cifs.netBIOSSMB.datagramPort
Controls the NetBIOS datagram port. The default is 138.
cifs.netBIOSSMB.namePort
Controls the NetBIOS name server port on which to listen. The default is 137.
cifs.netBIOSSMB.sessionPort
Controls the NetBIOS session port on which to listen for incoming session requests. The default is 139.
cifs.serverName
Specifies the host name for the CIFS server. This can be a maximum of 16 characters and must be unique on the network. The special token {localname} can be used in place of the local server's host name and a unique name can be generated by prepending/ appending to it.
cifs.sessionTimeout
Specifies the CIFS session timeout value in seconds. The default session timeout is 15 minutes. If no I/O occurs on the session within this time then the session will be closed by the server. Windows clients send keep-alive requests, usually within 15 minutes.
cifs.tcpipSMB.port
Controls the port used to listen for the SMB over TCP/IP protocol (or native SMB), supported by Win2000 and above clients. The default port is 445.
cifs.urlfile.prefix
An absolute URL against which all desktop actions and URL files resolve their folder URL. The special token {localname} can be used in place of the local server's host name.
filesystem.acl.global.defaultAccessLevel
Specifies the default access level. Directly names the access control level (None, Read or Write) that applies to requests that are not in scope of any other access control. Note that it is not valid to use the value None without defining other access controls.
filesystem.acl.global.domainAccessControls
Specifies the set of access controls with domain scope. This is a composite property whose value should be a comma-separated list of domain names. To define the access level for one of the listed domains, use the property filesystem.acl.global.domainAccessControls. value.Domain.accessType.
filesystem.acl.global.protocolAccessControls
Specifies the set of access controls with protocol scope. This is a composite property whose value should be a comma-separated list of access control names.
filesystem.acl.global.userAccessControls
Specifies the set of access controls with user scope. This is a composite property whose value should be a comma-separated list of user names.
filesystem.domainMappings
Specifies the domain mapping rules that are used when the client does not supply its domain in the NTLM request.
filesystem.name
Specifies the name given to the repository file system mount exposed through the CIFS server. For example, Alfresco.
ftp.enabled
Enables or disables the FTP server.
ftp.ipv6.enabled
Enables or disables the IPv6 FTP server.
ftp.port
Specifies the port that the FTP server listens for incoming connections on. Defaults to port 21.
imap.config.home.folderPath
Specifies the default locations for the IMAP mount point. For example, Imap Home.
imap.config.home.rootPath
Specifies the default location for the IMAP mount point. For example, /${spaces.company_home.childname}.
imap.config.home.store
Specifies the default location for the IMAP mount point. For example, ${spaces.store}.
imap.config.ignore.extraction
Defines whether or not attachments are extracted.
imap.config.server.mountPoints
Specifies the list of mount points. For example, AlfrescoIMAP.
imap.server.enabled
Enables or disables the IMAP server. This is set to false, by default.
imap.server.host
Specifies the host for the IMAP server.
imap.server.port
Specifies the port number for the IMAP server. For example, 143.
imap.config.server.mountPoints.value.AlfrescoIMAP.modeName
Specifies the AlfrescoIMAP mount point access mode name. For example, MIXED.
imap.config.server.mountPoints.default.rootPath
Specifies the root path for the mount point.
imap.config.server.mountPoints.value.AlfrescoIMAP.mountPointName
Specifies the mount point name.
imap.config.server.mountPoints.default.store
Specifies the default store for the mount point.
server.allowedusers
A comma-separated list of users who are allowed to log in. Leave empty if all users are allowed to log in.
server.maxusers
The maximum number of users who are allowed to log in or -1 if there is no limit.
server.transaction.allow-writes
A Boolean property that when true indicates that the repository will allow write operations (provided that the license is valid). When false the repository is in read-only mode.
img.dyn
Points to the directory containing the ImageMagick shared library (Unix) or DLL files (Windows). For example, (Windows) img.dyn=${img.root}; (Linux) img.dyn=${img.root}/lib.
img.exe
Points to the ImageMagick executable file name.
img.root
Points to the ImageMagick root directory.

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