Who is this article for?
CrashPlan for Small Business, no.
Code42 for Enterprise, yes.
Link: Product plans and features.
Your administration console displays several helpful text labels on the sign-in screen and displays a welcome widget after signing in. The information in this article outlines how to remove the welcome widget, which specific text labels can be customized, and how to enable text customizations.
Although removing the welcome widget and customizing the text labels of your administration console's sign-in screen are an unsupported features, this article provides information that some administrators have found useful.
- Editing text labels is available only in versions 126.96.36.199 and earlier of the Code42 platform. Later versions of the Code42 platform do not respect these customizations.
- Removing the welcome widget is available only in version 188.8.131.52 and later of the Code42 platform. Earlier versions of the Code42 platform do not respect these customizations.
- With the welcome widget disabled, you can still download the CrashPlan app from Devices > Add a new device.
- You must have access to the file system of your enterprise server.
- Our Customer Champions cannot assist you with customizing email templates.
Removing the welcome widget
To remove the welcome widget:
- On your enterprise server's file system, navigate to:
- Linux: /opt/proserver/web/base/console/custom/
- Windows: C:\Program Files\CrashPlan PROe Server\web\base\console\custom\
- OS X: /Applications/PROServer.app/Contents/Resources/Java/web/base/console/custom/
- Open the config.css in a plain text editor.
- Uncomment the section for the
Welcome widget/ wizardto disable the welcome box widget.
- Save your changes to the file.
- On your enterprise server's file system, navigate to /opt/proserver/web/base/console/custom.
Absolute paths to the custom folder for each operating system are listed in the File and Folder Hierarchy.
- Open txt.properties.
- Uncomment the lines you want to modify.
- Substitute your custom values for the sample text.
- Save your changes to the file.
Clear your browser's cache and open the administration console to view your changes.
Values and labels
You can configure these items:
|login_proe_message||Deprecated - no effect|
|login_defaultPassword||Text that explains what the default account is|
|login_username||The label for the username field|
|login_password||The label for the password field|
|login_adminUsername||Displayed when first activating the system, the label for the username field|
|login_adminPassword||Displayed when first activating the system, the label for the password field|
|login_adminPasswordConfirm||Displayed when first activating the system, the label for the password field|
|login_adminEmail||Displayed when first activating the system, the label for the email field|
|login_adminEmailTip||Tooltip displayed when first activating the system for the email field|
|login_mlk||Displayed when first activating the system, the label for the master license key field|
|login_setupMessage||Deprecated - no effect|
|login_remember||The label for the remember me checkbox|
|login_forgot||The label for the forgot your password link|
|login_prompt||The label for the sign in button|
These examples show where each item in the Values And Labels table is displayed.
Initial server creation:
Subsequent sign-in screen: