Default user ID
Specifies the user that serves as the system's default global administrator. For example when indexing content for page crawler smart search indexes that are not configured to work under a specific user account.
Enter the user ID of the given user.
If empty, the system uses the default administrator user account.
Object code name prefix
A default prefix added to all object code names in the system. The prefix is added upon object creation.
Event log size
Limits the maximum number of events stored in the Event log.
Log metadata changes
Indicates if changes of object and page metadata (i.e. when an object or page is created, edited or deleted) are logged in the Event log.
Log to database
Indicates if events are logged to the database. Doesn't overwrite Event log size set to 0.
Log to filesystem
If enabled, the system writes the event log into the CMS\App_Data\logEvents.log file on the server's file system. Doesn't override Event log size set to 0.
Log to trace
Indicates if events are logged to trace. Doesn't overwrite Event log size set to 0.
Use EventLog trace listener
Indicates if the system logs events in your Windows Event Viewer.
Use the Modify feature of the Kentico installer, if you haven't turned on the Registration of Kentico in Windows Event Log option when installing Kentico.
No-reply email address
Various types of automated emails will be sent from the email address that is specified here.
Error notification email address
Email notifications about errors logged in the event log will be sent to the specified addresses. It is possible to enter multiple addresses separated by semicolons.
Send email notifications from
Email address used as the sender for.
Application scheduler interval
Determines how often the application checks if there are any tasks ready to be executed (in seconds).
By default, the scheduler is configured to check tasks only on page requests. You can set the minimum time between the checks to any interval. If it is configured to check automatically, you can set an interval of 1 to 30 seconds.
Setting 0 stops the scheduling of tasks.
Use external service
Indicates if scheduled tasks that have the Use external service option enabled are processed by the Kentico Scheduler Windows service.
Note: for this to work, the service must be installed and running. If enabled and the service is not running, these tasks are not processed at all. If disabled, all scheduled tasks are processed by the application itself. You can install the service using Kentico Service Manager.
Service scheduler interval
Determines how often the external Windows service checks if there are any tasks ready to be executed (in seconds).
You can set an interval of 1 to 30 seconds.
Setting 0 stops the scheduling of tasks.
Scheduled tasks enabled
Scheduled tasks will only be executed if this setting is enabled.
Enable time zones
Indicates if time zone support is enabled.
Server time zone
Specifies the time zone of the physical location of the server.
Site time zone
Specifies the time zone for the selected site.
Hide unavailable user interface
Indicates if the user interface is hidden for features unavailable due to license restrictions.
Max UI tree nodes
Maximum number of nodes displayed under one parent node in the administration UI trees. Any additional tree nodes will be accessible via the click here for more... option, which automatically selects appropriate parent category.
Remember listing, filter and state
If enabled, listing pages in the user interface remember the preferences set by individual users, including:
|Kentico improvement program|
|Send anonymous usage records to Kentico|
By default, the application periodically sends data about the system's usage to Kentico. The data helps Kentico analyze which parts of the system need improvement and allows us to better focus our development efforts.
All of the data is strictly anonymous and for internal use only. See the Kentico improvement program page for more information.
You can disable the setting to opt out of the Kentico improvement program and stop the sending of data.
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