Configuration Profiles Overview
Posted by Yury Averkiev, Last modified by Yury Averkiev on 31 May 2011 02:47 AM
Configuration Profiles Overview

A configuration profile contains all the settings made in SmartCode VNC Manager such as registered computers, dynamic search folders, logon credentials templates as well as other objects and settings.

SmartCode VNC Manager supports several types of configuration profiles. Profiles can be categorized as XML file-based and database-based. It’s recommended to use XML file-based configuration profiles for a single user scenario when there is no need to share a configuration profile among multiple users.

Configuration Profiles Manager

Supported Configuration Profiles
  • Local XML File - stores configuration settings locally on an external hard drive or on a shared network.
  • Amazon S3 – stores configuration settings in an Amazon S3 bucket.
  • Dropbox – stores configuration settings using Dropbox cloud file system.
  • FTP – stores configuration files on an FTP server. This profiles supports FTP (not-secure) and FTPS (secure) protocols.
  • Microsoft SQL Server – this is one of the recommended configuration profiles for a multi-user scenario. VNC Manager uses Microsoft SQL Server 2005 or new to store all the settings.
  • Microsoft SQL Azure – this is one of the recommended configuration profiles for a multi-user scenario. VNC Manager uses Microsoft SQL Azure to store all the settings.

APPLIES TO: SmartCode VNC Manager v6.0.28.0 or newer