MicroStation CONNECT Edition Readme

The WorkSpaceSetup.cfg Configuration File

The WorkSpaceSetup.cfg file allows you to customize the WorkSpace. The msconfig.cfg includes the following for WorkSpaceSetup.cfg:
%if exists ($(_USTN_CONFIGURATION)WorkSpaceSetup.cfg)
%  include $(_USTN_CONFIGURATION)WorkSpaceSetup.cfg
%endif

It is recommended that you do not make any changes to the delivered WorkSpaceSetup.cfg. You should copy the delivered WorkSpaceSetup.cfg to the Custom Configuration defined in the ConfigurationSetup.cfg file and then customize it.

Here are the contents of the delivered file:
#----------------------------------------------------------------------
#  WorkSpaceSetup.cfg - Configures WorkSpace for Your Organization
#
# The main function of this Configuration File is to set the label that
# your organization wants to use for WorkSpaces. WorkSpaces are the 
# grouping mechanism for WorkSets. The label for this level of grouping 
# could be Client, Facility, Department, Owner, or whatever you would 
# like it to be. The default label is the neutral "WorkSpace". Uncomment
# the definition below, and set it to your preferred label.
#----------------------------------------------------------------------
# _USTN_WORKSPACELABEL    : WorkSpace
#----------------------------------------------------------------------
# A second possible use for this Configuration File is to redirect the
# root directory where your Organization-wide standards are stored to somewhere 
# other than the default. The default is $(_USTN_CONFIGURATION)Organization/.
# It can be changed by redefining _USTN_ORGANIZATION.
#----------------------------------------------------------------------
#----------------------------------------------------------------------
# A third possible use for this Configuration File is to redirect the
# root directory where your WorkSpaces  are stored to somewhere other
# than the default. The default is $(_USTN_CONFIGURATION)WorkSpaces/.
# It can be changed by redefining _USTN_WORKSPACESROOT.
#
# Assume MY_WORKSPACES_LOCATION variable points to your desired network location like
#MY_WORKSPACES_LOCATION = //MyNetwork/MyWorkSpaces/
#
#%if defined (MY_WORKSPACES_LOCATION) && exists ($(MY_WORKSPACES_LOCATION))
#    _USTN_WORKSPACESROOT = $(MY_WORKSPACES_LOCATION)
#%endif
#----------------------------------------------------------------------

The comments in the file explain its three principle uses - setting the WorkSpace label to the desired value for your organization, and possibly redirecting your organization-wide standards data and/or all of your other WorkSpace data to another location (for example, to a network share).