Octory uses a plist configuration file to adapt its interface and its behavior. By editing it, you can deeply customize the application, like choosing its components to display, specify which apps should be monitored, and what MDM to use.
The configuration file has several sections. Each one holds a specific element of the application.
Below are listed all the keys the configuration file accept as its root level. To run a minimal version of Octory, you only need the
All the keys marked as Optional are not required to launch Octory. However, when you use an optional group, the keys marked as Required have to be specified.