If you want to have https://yourcorp.com:5443/yourmeetings instead of https://yourcorp.com:5443/openmeetings you need to do the following

  1. stop openmmetings if it is running
  2. go to openmeetings install dir (for ex. /opt/om)
  3. rename /opt/om/webapps/openmeetings to /opt/om/webapps/yourmeetings (for ex. mv /opt/om/webapps/openmeetings /opt/om/webapps/yourmeetings)
  4. open /opt/om/webapps/root/index.html using your favorite text editor (for ex. vim /opt/om/webapps/root/index.html)
    • find and modify <meta http-equiv="REFRESH" content="0;url=openmeetings/"> to be <meta http-equiv="REFRESH" content="0;url=yourmeetings/">

That's it

Changing hard-coded application name in string labels

To have Your Application Name instead of Openmeetings in all text labels you need to do the following

  1. ensure {0} placeholder is used in all strings you have added and/or modified (all strings bundled into Openmeetings already have this placeholder)
  2. login to Openmeetings as user with administrator privileges
  3. go to Administration -> Configuration
  4. find and edit configuration with name application.name
  5. Set its value to be Your Application Name
  6. Save
  7. reload page or relogin

All string will display Your Application Name in place of Openmeetings

Running multiple Openmeetings instances on the same server

If you want to run multiple Openmeetings instances on the same server i.e. to have
you need to do the following:

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