Other Hidden Properties

The Vocera Voice Server supports these additional hidden properties that you can add to the \vocera\server\properties.txt file, and then restart the server to enable or disable the setting.

Table 1. Hidden properties
Property Description

IPVMISecureEnable

Enables secure VMI support within the Vocera Voice Server. When this property is set to TRUE the Vocera Voice Server opens a port to listen for secure VMI client connections. The default is FALSE.

IPVMISecureListeningPortNo

Specifies the port the Vocera Voice Server uses to listen for secure VMI client connections. The default is port 5007.

MsgDisableSkipMessageResponse

Enter true (the default) or false. Set to true to disable the "Skip" response for VMI messages that are played aloud, forcing users to say a valid response, such as "Accept" or "Reject." Set to false to enable the "Skip" response. For details, see the Vocera Messaging Interface.

SysBroadcastResponse

Enables or disables responses to broadcasts. Enter true (the default) or false. To make broadcasts uninterruptible, set this property to false.

SysLoginLicenseAlertThreshold

If there is a login license limit, this property sets the percentage threshold at which the Vocera Voice Server will send an email alert whenever the threshold is exceeded. Enter a decimal value. The default threshold is .90 (90%) of the login license limit. For example, to increase the alert threshold from 90% to 95%, enter .95.

SysMaxRejectedLogins

Sets the maximum number of rejected login attempts before the user is prevented from logging in from that machine for one minute or the interval specified by the SysMaxRejectedLoginsPeriod property. Enter any positive integer.

SysMaxRejectedLoginsPeriod

Sets the time period (in milliseconds) that a user is prevented from logging in from a machine on which he has reached the maximum number of rejected login attempts. Enter any positive integer (the default is 60000 milliseconds, or 1 minute).

SysFunnyGenie

Enables or disables the funny Genie. Enter true (the default) or false.

VMIBroadcastEnabled

Enter true or false (the default). Set to true to enable broadcast (rather than unicast) for one-way, urgent VMI messages. Only one speech port is used for the broadcast. Additional network configuration may be needed to support VMI broadcasts. For details, see the Vocera Messaging Interface Guide.

VMIResponseMapping

Maps VMI responses passed from a middleware system to other response choices. For details, see the Vocera Messaging Interface Guide.

VMIResponseTimeout

Enter the number of seconds that a user can be prompted to respond to a new alert or alarm before the message times out. For details, see the Vocera Messaging Interface.

VMITimeoutResponse

Enter the response that is used when a new alert or alarm reaches the specified VMIResponseTimeout. For details, see the Vocera Messaging Interface.

VMITouchCallResponse

Enter the Vocera response phrase that is used when a user presses the Call button to respond to a new VMI message. For details, see the Vocera Messaging Interface.

VMITouchDNDResponse

Enter the Vocera response phrase that is used when a user presses the DND button to respond to a new VMI message. For details, see the Vocera Messaging Interface.

VMITouchCallHoldResponse

Enter the Vocera response phrase that is used when a user presses and holds the Call button to respond to a new VMI message. For details, see the Vocera Messaging Interface.

Note: If you modify the properties.txt file, you must stop and start the Vocera Voice Server to load the properties into memory.