Advanced properties set specific behavior for messaging devices.
- Relay Server URL Suffix the URL
suffix to be used when the device client is connecting through Relay
Server. The suffix you set depends on whether Relay Server is
installed on IIS or Apache. For IIS, this path is relative.
Acceptable values include:
- For IIS – use/ias_relay_server/client/rs_client.dll.
- For Apache – use /cli/iasrelayserver.
Note The value used in the client application connection
for the URL suffix must match what the administrator configures in the URL suffix.
Otherwise, the connection fails. Use the Diagnostic Tool command line utility to
test these values. See Diagnostic Tool Command Line Utility
(diagtool.exe) Reference in
- Allow Roaming the device is allowed to connect to server while roaming.
Acceptable values: true and false. Default: true.
- Debug Trace Size the size of the trace log on the device (in KB).
Acceptable values: 50 to 10,000. Default: 50.
- Debug Trace Level the amount
of detail to record to the device log. Acceptable values: 1 to 5,
where 5 has the most level of detail and 1 the least. Default:
- 1: Basic information, including errors
- 2: Some additional details beyond basic
- 3: Medium amount of information logged
- 4: Maximum tracing of debugging and timing information
- 5: Maximum tracing of debugging and timing information
(currently same as level 4)
- Device Log Items the number of items persisted in the device status log.
Acceptable values: 5 to 100. Default: 50.
- Keep Alive (sec) the Keep Alive frequency used to maintain the wireless connection, in seconds.
Acceptable values: 30 to 1800. Default: 240.
- Compression Enabled indicates whether the client software will use compression when
communicating with the server. Default: true.
- Encryption Enabled indicates whether the client software will use encryption when
communicating with the server. Default: false.