Configuration reference

In this chapter all configuration pages within Veyon Configurator as well as all configuration options with their respective meanings are explained in detail. It mainly serves as a reference for looking up detailed configuration options. A manual and hints for the installation can be found in chapter Konfiguráció.


Some advanced settings are hidden in the standard view. You can switch to the advanced view using the menu.


Felhasználói felület


The selected language can be configured for the graphical user interfaces as well as the command line tools. You can choose from all the languages which have been translated so far. Please note that changing the language will require a program restart in order to take effect. Per default Veyon uses the language of the operating system if a translation is available for that language. Otherwise English will be used as a fallback.

Alapértelmezett: Rendszernyelv beállításának használata


The Konfiguráció chapter describes the Hitelesítési módok: available in Veyon.


This option defines which authentication method to use. Logon authentication does not require any further setup and can be used immediately. To use the key file authentication, appropriate authentication keys must first be created and distributed.

Alapértelmezett: Bejelentkezési hitelesítés


In Veyon a network object directory provides information about network objects. Network objects can either be computers or their locations. The data supplied by the network object directory is used by Veyon Master to populate the Locations & computers view with entries. The data from the network object directory is also used for access control rules making use of computer location information. By default a backend is used which stores computers and locations in the local Veyon configuration and queries them from the configuration whenever required. See section Helyszínek és számítógépek for details.


You can use this setting to set the desired backend for the network object directory. Depending on the installation there may be several backends such as LDAP/AD integráció available beside the default backend.

Alapértelmezett: Beépített (számítógépek és helyszínek a helyi konfigurációban)

Frissítési időköz

The network object directory automatically updates in background which especially is useful for dynamic backends such as LDAP. The time interval for these updates can be altered with this option.

Alapértelmezett: 60 másodperc


Veyon can log various kinds of messages to component-specific log files or the logging system of the operating system. This information can be very helpful when troubleshooting issues with Veyon. The following logging settings allow to change the logging behaviour.

Naplófájl mappája

You can use this setting to specify which directory the log files will be written in. It’s strongly recommended to use placeholder variables here. All information on supported variables can be found in section Fájlútvonalak helyőrzői.

Alapértelmezett: %TEMP%

Naplózás szintje

The log level defines the minimum severity for which log messages are written. When analyzing program failures it may be useful to set the log level to Debug messages and everything else. This will generate a huge amount of log data and is not recommended for production environments. The default log level Warnings and errors or higher should be used instead.

Alapértelmezett: Figyelmeztetések és hibák

Naplófájl méretének korlátozása

In order for log files not to become too large and occupy disk space unnecessarily their size can be limited through this setting. When enabled an upper limit for the size of a single log file can be configured.

Alapértelmezett: kikapcsolva/ 100 MB

Naplófájlok rotálása

In conjunction with limiting the size of log files it additionally may be useful to rotate the log files. When enabled each log file is renamed to Veyon...log.0 after exceeding the configured limit. Previously rotated files are renamed so that the number of the file suffix is increased by 1. If the configured number of rotations is reached the oldest file (i.e. the one with the highest number as a suffix) is deleted.

Alapértelmezett: kikapcsolva/ 10x

Naplózás standard hibakimenetre

When program components of Veyon are executed from a command line window (shell), you can use this option to specify, whether logging messages shall be printed to stderr or stdout. This setting primarily is relevant for scripting operations only.

Alapértelmezett: bekapcsolva

Írás az operációs rendszer naplózási rendszerébe

In some environments it may be desired to write log messages directly to the Windows event log e.g. in order to collect them afterwards. This option does not influence the normal recording of log files. On Linux, this option enables forwarding log messages from Veyon Server processes to the systemd journal of the veyon.service unit.

Alapértelmezett: kikapcsolva

You can use the Clear all log files button to delete all Veyon log files in the log file directory of the current user as well as the ones of the system service. This will stop the Veyon Service temporarily.



Tálcaikon elrejtése

By default the Veyon Service displays a tray icon (also called system control panel, info area or similar) to indicate proper operation and provide basic information such as the program version and network port which the service is listening at. The tray icon can be hidden by enabling this option.

Alapértelmezett: kikapcsolva

Értesítés jelenjen meg amikor egy nem hitelesített hozzáférést blokkolunk.

This option specifies whether a notification should be displayed if the access to the local computer was blocked, either due to an authentication failure or access control denying the access. Especially during the deployment and setup of Veyon these notifications often indicate problems with the authentication settings. Typical failure reasons are invalid authentication keys or (when using logon authentication) invalid user credentials (username/password).

Alapértelmezett: bekapcsolva

Távoli csatlakozás esetén értesítés megjelenítése

In some environments it may be desired or even required to inform the user that his computer is being accessed remotely. This behaviour can be achieved by enabling this option. In case the user has to be asked for permission instead appropriate access control rules have to be configured. More information can be found in chapter Hozzáférési szabályok.

Alapértelmezett: kikapcsolva

Automatikus indítás

Upon the installation of Veyon the Veyon Service is registered as a system service in order to launch the Veyon Server automatically for user sessions. The start of the Veyon Service can be prevented by disabling this option. You’ll then have to start the Veyon Server in user sessions manually. The logon screen will not be accessible in this case.

Alapértelmezett: bekapcsolva

Single session mode (create server instance for local/physical session only)

Choose this option for single-user scenarios, i.e. each user is working locally on a dedicated computer. In this mode the Veyon Service will always start exactly one server instance for the primary session of the computer, e.g. the console session on Windows.

Alapértelmezett: bekapcsolva

Többmunka-menetes mód (terminál és távoli asztal szerverekhez)

Enabling this option makes the Veyon Service launch a Veyon Server process for every user session on a computer. This includes both local and remote (RDP) sessions. Typically this is required to support terminal/remote desktop server scenarios. The server instances listen on individual network port numbers based on the Veyon server port number and the session ID. To access a session other than the default session, the corresponding port number has to be appended to the hostname in the Helyszínek és számítógépek configuration page. You can use e.g. to access the first RDP session on a computer. Alternatively consider using the NetworkDiscovery add-on which scans computers for sessions and makes them available in Veyon Master automatically.

Alapértelmezett: kikapcsolva

Maximum session count

In multi session mode the number of server instances can be limited through this setting. Per default up to 100 concurrent sessions are supported on a computer. When using numbers higher than 100, make sure to adjust the server port numbers to be more than 100 apart. Otherwise port numbers of different instances and server types would overlap and cause malfunctions.

Default: 100

Network port numbers

Veyon server

This setting allows you to specify the network port number on which the Veyon Server listens for incoming connections.

Alapértelmezett: 11100

Beépített VNC

This setting allows you to specify the network port number used by the internal VNC server. The internal VNC server only listens on localhost, so it is never directly accessible from the network. Only the local Veyon server accesses the internal VNC server and forwards screen data and user input accordingly.

Default: 11200


This setting allows you to specify the network port number used by the feature manager. This internal component is part of the Veyon Server and listens at localhost only. It starts/stops processes to provide specific features. In contrast to the Veyon Service these processes in most cases have to run in the context of the logged on user and therefore have to communicate with the Veyon Server through this network port.

Alapértelmezett: 11300


This setting allows you to specify the network port number used by the demo server. The demo server is a special high-efficiency VNC server that makes the screen data of the demo computer available to all participating computers.

Alapértelmezett: 11400

Miscellaneous network settings

Fűzfal-kivétel bekapcsolása

Depending on the system configuration it may be impossible to access listening ports such as the Veyon Server port from the network. On Windows the Windows firewall usually blocks any incoming connections. In order to allow access to the Veyon server port and the demo server port, exceptions for the Windows firewall must be configured. This is done automatically during the installation process. If this behavior is not desired and manual configuration is preferred, this option can be disabled.

Alapértelmezett: bekapcsolva

Kapcsolatok engedélyezése csak a localhost-ból

If you do not want the Veyon Server to be available to other computers in the network, you can use this option. This option must not be activated for normal computers that should be accessible from the Veyon Master application. However, this option can be useful for teacher computers to provide additional security beyond the access control functionality. Access to the demo server is not affected by this option.

Alapértelmezett: kikapcsolva

VNC szerver


By default Veyon uses an internal platform-specific VNC server implementation to provide the screen data of a computer. In some cases, however, it may be desirable to use a plugin with a different implementation. If a separate VNC server is already running on the computer, this server instance can be used instead of the internal VNC server by choosing the plugin External VNC server. In this case the password and network port of the installed VNC server have to be supplied.

Alapértelmezett: Beépített VNC szerver


Platform-specific information on how to configure the individual internal VNC server can be found in chapter Platform specific notes.


All settings on this page influence the appearance, behaviour and features of the Veyon Master application.



In order to make a configuration generic and independent of the user, you should use placeholder variables instead of absolute paths in the directory settings. All information on supported variables can be found in section Fájlútvonalak helyőrzői.

Felhasználói konfigurációk

The user specific configuration of Veyon Master is stored in this directory. The configuration contains settings for the user interface as well as the computer selection of the last session.

Alapértelmezett: %APPDATA%/Config


All image files that have been generated by using the screenshot feature are stored in this directory. In case you want to collect the files in a central folder, a different directory path can be supplied here.

Alapértelmezett: %APPDATA%/Screenshots

Felhasználói felület

Indexkép-frissítési időköz

This setting determines the time interval in which the computer thumbnails in Veyon Master are updated. The shorter the interval, the higher the processor load on the master machine and the overall network load.

Alapértelmezett: 1000 ms


This setting allows customizing the background color of the monitor view.

Alapértelmezett: fehér


This setting allows customizing the color which is used for displaying the computer thumbnail caption in the monitor view.

Alapértelmezett: fekete

Számítógép indexképének felirata

This setting allows defining the caption for computer thumbnails in the monitor view. If the computer name is not important to users only the name of the logged on user can be displayed instead.

Alapértelmezett: Felhasználónév és számítógépnevek


This setting allows specifying the sort order for computers in the monitor view. If the caption is configured to display only user names it may make sense to change the sort order to Only user name as well.

Alapértelmezett: Számítógépnév és felhasználónév


In the tab Behaviour settings are available to change the behaviour of Veyon Master regarding to program start, computer locations as well as modes and features.


Hozzáférés-vezérlés elvégzése

You can use this option to define whether the possibly configured Számítógéphozzáférés-vezérlés should also be performed whenever the Veyon Master application is started. Even though access control is enforced client-side in every case, this additional option assures, that users without proper access rights can not even start Veyon Master, making security even more visible.

Alapértelmezett: kikapcsolva

Jelenlegi helyszín automatikus kiválasztása

By default all computers that have been selected the previous time are displayed after starting Veyon Master. If you want to display all computers at the master computer’s location instead, this option can be enabled. Veyon Master will then try to determine the location of the local computer by using the configured network object directory. All computers at the same location will then be selected and displayed. For this function to work properly, a correctly functioning DNS setup in the network is required so that both computer names can be resolved to IP addresses and reverse lookups for IP addresses return valid computer names.

Alapértelmezett: kikapcsolva

Számítógépek indexképének automatikus méretezése

If the size of the computer thumbnails should be adjusted automatically upon starting Veyon Master (same effect as clicking the Auto button manually), this option can be enabled. The previously configured size will be ignored. This functionality is especially useful in conjunction with the automatic location change.

Alapértelmezett: kikapcsolva

Számítógépkiválasztási-panel automatikus megnyitása

You can use this option to define that the computer select panel is opened upon program start by default.

Alapértelmezett: kikapcsolva


Csak a jelenlegi helyszín megjelenítése

Per default, the computer select panel lists all locations provided by the configured network object directory. If this option is enabled only the location of the master computer will be displayed instead. This can make the user interface more clear especially in larger environments with many locations.

Alapértelmezett: kikapcsolva

Rejtett helyszínek kézi hozzáadásának engedélyezése

When the option Show current location only is enabled the user can still be allowed to add otherwise hidden locations manually. If this option is enabled an additional button Add location is shown in the computer select panel. This button opens a dialog with all available locations.

Alapértelmezett: kikapcsolva

Helyi számítógép elrejtése

In regular usage scenarios it often is not desired to display the own computer as this would start globally started features on the own computer as well (e.g. screen lock). Enabling this option will always hide the local computer to prevent such issues.

Alapértelmezett: kikapcsolva

Hide own session

Similar to the Hide local computer option, enabling this option hides the own session from the computer list. This is only relevant when using the Multi session mode.

Alapértelmezett: kikapcsolva

Üres helyszínek elrejtése

In some situations the network object directory may contain locations without computers, for example due to specific LDAP filters. Such empty locations can be hidden automatically in the computer select panel by enabling this option.

Alapértelmezett: kikapcsolva

Számítógépszűrő mező elrejtése

The filter field for searching computers can be hidden through this option. This allows keeping the user interface as simple as possible in small environments.

Alapértelmezett: kikapcsolva

Módok és funkciók

Kiválasztott mód rákényszerítése a kliens számítógépekre

Some of Veyon’s features change the operating mode of a computer e.g. the demo mode or the screen lock mode. These modes are enabled only once and are not restored in case of a physical computer reboot. If this option is enabled, the mode will even be enforced after a connection has been closed.

Alapértelmezett: kikapcsolva

Megerősítő párbeszédablak megjelentése potenciálisan veszélyes műveleteknél

Actions such as rebooting a computer or logging off users can have undesired side effects such as data loss due to unsaved documents. In order to prevent unintentional activation of such features a confirmation dialog can be enabled through this option.

Alapértelmezett: kikapcsolva

Feature on double click

This setting allows defining a feature to be triggered whenever a computer is double-clicked. In most cases it’s desired to use the remote control or remote view feature here.

Default: no function


The two lists in the Features allow to define which features are made available in Veyon Master. Single features can be disabled if necessary so that respective buttons and context menu entries are not displayed. This can help to simplify the user interface if certain features are never used anyway.

A feature can be moved from one list to the other by selecting it and clicking the respective button with the arrow icon. Alternatively a feature can simply be double-clicked to move it to the other list.



User groups backend
A user group backend provides user groups and their members (users) required for access control. While the default backend is suitable for system user groups the LDAP backends will make LDAP/AD user groups available for access control.
Domain csoportok használatának bekapcsolása

When using access control in combination with the default backend only the local system groups are available per default. By enabling this option all groups of the domain which a computer belongs to can be queried and used. This option is not enabled per default for performance reasons. In environments with a huge number of domain groups performing access control can take a long time. In such scenarios you should consider setting up the LDAP/AD integration and use one of the LDAP backends.

Alapértelmezett: kikapcsolva

Hozzáférés engedélyezése az összes hitelesített felhasználó számára (alapértelmezett)
If the selected authentication scheme is sufficient (e.g. when using a key file authentication with restricted access to the key files), this option can be enabled. In this mode no further access control is performed.
Hozzáférés tiltása meghatározott felhasználói csoport tagjainak
In this mode access to a computer is restricted to members of specific user groups. These authorized user groups can be configured in section Számítógép-hozzáférést engedélyezett felhasználói csoportok.
Hozzáférési szabályok feldogozása
This mode allows detailed access control based on user-defined access control rules and offers the greatest flexibility. However, its initial setup may be slightly more complicated and time-consuming, so you should choose one of the other two access control modes for initial testing.

Számítógép-hozzáférést engedélyezett felhasználói csoportok

Configuration of this access control mode is straightforward. The left list contains all user groups provided by the selected backend. By default these are all local user groups. If LDAP/AD Integration is configured, all LDAP user groups are displayed. You can now select one or more groups and move them to the right list using the corresponding buttons between the two lists. All members of each group in the right list can access the computer. Do not forget to transfer the configuration to all computers afterwards.

The Test button in the Computer access control section can be used to check whether a particular user is allowed to access a computer via the defined groups.

Hozzáférési szabályok

The setup of a ruleset for access control including use cases is described in detail in chapter Hozzáférési szabályok.

Hitelesítési kulcs

Kulcsfájlok mappái

Placeholder variables should be used for both base directories. All information on supported variables can be found in section Fájlútvonalak helyőrzői. On Windows UNC paths can be used instead of absolute paths.

Publikus kulcsfájl alapmappája

The specified base directory contains subdirectories for each key name (e.g. user role) with the actual public key file inside. This allows setting individual access permissions for the subdirectories. The public key files are placed in the corresponding subdirectory below the base directory on both creation and import. When loading the respective public key file for authentication the Veyon Server uses this base directory as well.

Default: %GLOBALAPPDATA%/keys/public

Privát kulcsfájl alapmappája

The specified base directory contains subdirectories for each key name (e.g. user role) with the actual private key file inside. This makes it possible to define individual access rights for the subdirectories. During creation and import, the private key files are placed in the corresponding subdirectory below the base directory. Veyon Master searches for accessible private key files under this base directory and uses the private key files to authenticate against the Veyon Server on client computers.

Default: %GLOBALAPPDATA%/keys/private


In the configuration page for the demo server, you can make some fine tunings to improve the performance of the demo mode. These settings should only be changed if the performance is not satisfactory or if only a small network bandwidth is available for data transfer.

Frissítési időköz

This option can be used to set the interval between two screen updates. The smaller the interval, the higher the refresh rate and the smoother the screen transfer. However, a lower value leads to a higher CPU load and increased network traffic.

Alapértelmezett: 100 ms

Kulcskeret intervallum

During a screen broadcast, only changed screen areas are sent to the client computers (incremental updates) in order to minimize the network traffic. These updates are performed individually and asynchronously for each client, so that after a while the clients may no longer run synchronously depending on bandwidth and latency. Therefore, complete screen contents (key frames) are transmitted at regular intervals, so that a synchronous image is displayed on all clients at the latest when the key frame interval expires. The lower the value, the higher the processor and network traffic.

Alapértelmezett: 10 mp


All screen update data is stored by the demo server in an internal buffer and then distributed to clients. To prevent the internal buffer between two key frames from occupying too much memory due to too many incremental updates, the value specified here is used as a limit. This limit is a soft limit, so that if it is exceeded, a key frame update is attempted (even if the key frame interval has not yet expired), but the buffer still retains all data. The buffer is only reset when the double value is exceeded (hard limit). If there are repeated interruptions or delays while broadcasting a screen, this value should be increased.

Alapértelmezett: 128 MB


All options for connecting Veyon to an LDAP-compatible server are described in detail in chapter LDAP/AD integráció.


Starting with Veyon 4.5, an additional configuration page with settings related to the file transfer feature is available in the advanced view.


In order to make a configuration generic and independent of the user, you should use placeholder variables instead of absolute paths in the directory settings. All information on supported variables can be found in section Fájlútvonalak helyőrzői.

Default source directory

This directory will be opened by default when the user starts the file transfer feature and is asked for the files to transfer.

Default: %HOME%

Destination directory

All received files will be saved in this directory on the client side. Change it if you do not want to store received files in root of the user’s home directory.

Default: %HOME%


Remember last source directory
When the user is asked for files to transfer, the directory which files have been transferred from previously, is opened if this option is enabled. Disable this option to always open the default source directory.

Alapértelmezett: bekapcsolva

Create destination directory if it does not exist

When using a destination directory other than the default one, it may happen that the destination directory does not exist. Keep this option enabled to create it automatically whenever receiving files on the client side.

Alapértelmezett: bekapcsolva


Starting with Veyon 4.5, an additional configuration page with settings related to the WebAPI plugin is available in the advanced view.


Enable WebAPI server

This option defines whether to start the WebAPI server along with the Veyon Service.

Alapértelmezett: kikapcsolva

Hálózati port

This setting specifies the network port at which the WebAPI server should listen for incoming requests.

Default: 11080

Connection settings

A connection refers to an authentication resource identified by a connection UUID.


Every connection is only valid for a certain period of time, regardless of its activity (in contrast to the idle timeout). This value can be changed to configure shorter or longer connection lifetimes.

Default: 3 h

Idle timeout

If no request is received for a certain connection for longer than specified by this setting, the connection is closed automatically.

Default: 60 s

Authentication timeout

This setting determines the time period within which a connection must be successfully authenticated. Unauthenticated connections will be closed automatically when timed out.

Default: 15 s

Maximum number of open connections

This setting limits the number of simultaneous open connections, e.g. to mitigate possible denial of service attacks.

Default: 10

Connection encryption

Use HTTPS with TLS 1.3 instead of HTTP

This option determines whether only HTTPS connections should be allowed instead of HTTP connections. When enabled, appropriate TLS certificate and private key files have to be configured as well.

Alapértelmezett: kikapcsolva

TLS certificate file
The path to the TLS certificate file for the HTTPS server.
TLS private key file
The path to the TLS private key file for the HTTPS server.

Fájlútvonalak helyőrzői

Placeholder variables have to be supplied in the format %VARIABLE% on all platforms.


This variable is expanded to the user-specific directory for application data stored by Veyon, e.g. ...\User\AppData\Veyon on Windows or ~/.veyon on Linux.


This variable is expanded to the home directory/user profile directory of the logged on user, e.g. C:\Users\Admin on Windows or /home/admin on Linux.


This variable is expanded to the system-wide directory for Veyon’s application data, e.g. C:\ProgramData\Veyon on Windows or /etc/veyon on Linux.


This variable is expanded to the user-specific directory for temporary files, e.g. ...\User\AppData\Local\Temp on Windows or /tmp (or any path specified in the $TMPDIR environment variable) on Linux. Processes running with system privileges (Veyon Service, Veyon Server and all sub processes) use C:\Windows\Temp on Windows and /tmp on Linux.

Környezeti változók

Veyon evaluates various optional environment variables allowing to override default settings for runtime settings such as session ID, log level and authentication keys to use.


This variable allows explicitly specifying the name of the authentication key to use in case multiple authentication keys are available. This can be used to override the default behaviour of Veyon Master which uses the first readable private key even if multiple private key files are available.


This variable allows overriding the configured log level at runtime, e.g. for debugging purposes.


This variable allows overriding the session ID and is evaluated by Veyon Server. When multi session mode (multiple local and remote sessions on the same host) is enabled each Veyon Server instance has to use distinct network numbers for not conflicting with other instances. A server therefore adds the numerical value of this environment variable to the configured network port numbers to determine the port numbers to use. In the Hálózatobjektum-mappa the absolute port (Veyon server port + session ID) must be specified along with the computer/IP address, e.g.