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Configuration properties

NoTouch Center is highly configurable. You may already know the NoTouch Center Settings containing so many options - pretty much all of them are essentially "properties", i.e. configuration values.

Note: This is about configuring NoTouch Center only. It has nothing to do with the endpoints/clients!


All system properties are stored in the tcmgr.properties file. You find that file in the etc subdirectory of NoTouch Center's installation directory:


The tcmgr.properties file is a plain text file. Use any text editor like Notepad (Windows), vi or nano (Linux) to edit this file. Do NOT use Microsoft Word or generally speaking a word processor. Edit the file only when NoTouch Center is stopped. Otherwise your changes will be overwritten by NoTouch Center when you restart it.

Before making any changes we advise to create a copy of this file. In case your edit makes things worse, you can easily revert to the last state.

Sample Entries

lmc.allowTreeDragAndDrop=false will disable the Drag and Drop functions inside NoTouch Center (See - Global Settings)

lmc.sessionTimeoutSeconds=600 600 = ( 10 minutes ) is the default value, you can add a value of your requirement.

Editing the file on a Stratodesk Virtual Appliance

  1. Log in to the Stratodesk Virtual Appliance using SSH login
  2. Gain root privileges with the following command and entering your password again:
    • sudo su
  3. Stop NoTouch Center. Any of these methods will do:
    • In the web frontend, go to "Management" and click on the "Stop" link
    • OR, since you are already logged in - type in a command shell:
      • stop center
  4. Create a backup copy of the tcmgr.properties file:
    • cp /opt/center/etc/tcmgr.properties /opt/center/etc/tcmgr.properties.bak
  5. Use nano [1][2] or vi [3][4] to edit the file:
    • nano /opt/center/etc/tcmgr.properties
    • or
    • vi /opt/center/etc/tcmgr.properties
  6. Edit and save
    • Use Ctrl-X in nano, ESC :wq in vi
  7. Start NoTouch Center
    • start center
  8. Examine the logs
    • tail -f /var/log/center.log
  9. When done examining, press Ctrl-C. This will only stop the "tail" command looking at the log file, not NoTouch Center.