InTime Server

How to start the InTime Server with extra argument?

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Introduction:

The InTime Server accepts extra arguments to enable/disable some common features.

More Information:

When starting the InTime Server, arguments can be added to enable or disable some features. In case the administrator has to restart the InTime Server from time to time (for example, when the InTime Server is updated), create a <InTime Server installation directory>/plunify.args file to store the arguments consistently.

[intime@server intimeserver]$ vi plunify.args
-matchuser yes
-hostsallow on

Restart the InTime Server. Now “-matchuser” will be set to “yes” and “hostsallow” to “on” whenever the InTime Server is run.

[intime@server intimeserver]$ ./start_server.sh

Applies to:

  • Linux Operating System
  • Windows Operating System

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