A lot of settings can be located in the phpVMS Admin panel, under settings.
Laravel has a lot of basic configuration in PHP files in the
/config directory. In order to not overwrite these on an update, there is a way to override these in a
env.php file in the root of your phpVMS install that is generated by the installer. This contains information such as the database, mail, and select configs from the
/config directory. This file is used as an override (in the previous version of phpVMS, the
local.config.php file is the same concept).
Don't change the files in the
/config directory; instead, edit the
env.php file instead. These won't be overwritten on an update.
See Laravel configuration files for additional documentation.
Recaptcha can be enabled, get the keys here. Then add/change the following to your
env.php file. The section is there by default, just without the
CAPTCHA_SITEKEY='YOUR SITE KEY'
CAPTCHA_SECRET='YOUR SITE SECRET'