The server configuration file, called acurcl.cfg, tells AcuConnect the location of the AcuAccess file, defines the default user, and supplies other information. The server configuration file is completely optional if you have stored AcuAccess in the default /etc or drive:\etc directory (\etc for UNIX/Linux).
When shipped, AcuConnect comes with a sample acurcl.cfg file. If you choose to use a server configuration file, you can use the sample file as is (complete with its default values), or you can modify the file to your specification. By default, AcuConnect looks for acurcl.cfg in /etc or drive:\etc on the server. If the file is given another name or is located in another directory, you must specify the full location and name of the file with the -c option when you start AcuConnect. See the description of the -start command in acurcl -start for more information.
The server configuration file can contain any or all of the following variables:
|/etc/acurcl.ini (thin client only)
|wrun32.exe or runcbl in the acurcl directory
|"A password is required to connect to host %s."
|"Please enter a password: "
Note that values assigned to variables contained in the server configuration file are applied solely to operations performed by AcuConnect. See Starting AcuConnect for information on using these variables.