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Configuration for Hosters

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The configuration files for Workspace 365 can be found in the “Configs” folder.

 

Provisioning API Enabled

Is used to indicate whether the Provisioning API is enabled.

This can be found in “NDAW.Html.Front.config” with the name “ProvisioningApiEnabled” and should be set to either True or False, e.g.:

<setting name="ProvisioningApiEnabled" serializeAs="String">
    <value>True</value>
</setting>

 

Provisioning Key

Is used to indicate the value of the Provisioning Key which is used to authenticate to the API.

This can be found in “NDAW.Html.Front.config” with the name “ProvisioningKey” and should be set to a non-empty string value, e.g.:

<setting name="ProvisioningKey" serializeAs="String">
       <value>C7656554-85A2-4AFD-BAB7-18C71593C4D2</value>
</setting>

 

Default Workspace template

The default workspace template is used as being the default Workspace when a User is created. This template is stored in an Environment.  This template is filled with the content of an .xml file defined in the configuration upon Environment creation. The default file is located at “Configs/default-workspace.template”.

This can be found in “NDAW.Core.config” with the name “DefaultWorkspaceTemplateFileLocation” and should be set to the location of a workspace template file, e.g.:

<setting name="DefaultWorkspaceTemplateFileLocation" serializeAs="String">
        <value>~/Configs/default-workspace.template</value>
</setting>

 

Note: If you set it to a non-existing file or the content is not a valid workspace as xml, newly created users will not get any apps in their workspace.

 

Use user licenses

Is used to indicate whether the number of active users you can have in an environment is restricted by the number of provisioned User Licenses.

This can be found in “NDAW.Core.config” with the name called “UserUserLicenses” and should be set to either True or False, e.g.:

<setting name="UseUserLicenses" serializeAs="String">
    <value>False</value>
</setting>

 

Note: This impacts the available endpoints and/or data objects for the requests and responses.

 

Use empty environments

Is used to indicate whether Environment provisioning is done with or without Admin User.

This can be found in “NDAW.Html.Front.config” with the name “UseEmptyEnvironments” and should be set to either True or False, e.g.:

<setting name="UseEmptyEnvironments" serializeAs="String">
    <value>False</value>
</setting>

 

Note: This impacts the available endpoints and/or data objects for the requests and responses.
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