Changes to these options impact your particular installation of Broadsign Control Administrator. In other words, changing these options affect your local application.
Any user on your domain that logs into Broadsign Control Administrator on your machine, will inherit your options. Once they return to their own machine, they return to their local options.
To access the options, go to: User Menu > Change Options.
In the Connections section of the options, you will find the following:
- Timeout Period: Configure the timeout period for your application. You can choose to have Broadsign Control Administrator display a warning before disconnecting. Alternately, you can set up your application without a timeout period.
- Certificates: Specify the path to your SSL certificates.
- Server Port: Specify the TCP/IP port on which your Broadsign Control Edge Server is listening. See Broadsign Control Edge Server.
The options in the Default section affect the process of importing ad copies (see Ad Copies).
Transfer Dialog: Configure the transfer manager to appear automatically when uploading content (see Overview. Also, you can enable the application to display a prompt if you are reaching your domain quota (see Domain Quota Report).
- Automatic Criteria Assignment: Choose to have the Broadsign Control Administrator ask if you would like to assign criteria each time you create a new ad copy. Alternately, you can have the application assign criteria automatically. See Criteria and Conditions.
The Campaigns and Events tab allows you to configure automatic options for campaigns. Also, you can configure the Add Campaign Wizard.
As campaigns are central to Broadsign Control, we have a separate page for campaign options. See Campaign Options.
To function efficiently, the Broadsign Control Administrator caches resources, e.g., ad copies. You can configure the default cache settings.
- Content cache: When you preview ad copies, Broadsign Control Administrator downloads the files and keeps them in a cache on your hard disk. Here, you can control the maximum size of this cache. When the cache reaches its limit, Broadsign automatically removes the least-frequently used files.
- In memory cache options: Specify how many resources, e.g., ad copies, display units, can be kept in memory at a time. Increasing this limit will provide faster access to resources at the expense of using more memory. Decreasing this limit will reduce memory usage at the expense of slowing down access to resources. When the cache reaches its limit, Broadsign swaps resources out of memory and stores them on disk.
- Resource cache: If Broadsign Control Administrator fetches resources from Broadsign Server, it caches them in a local database to increase performance. You can clear this cache by clicking the Clear button.