The Config setting defines an alternate Configuration file (KSCNF.DAT).
Has the same effect as the /C startup switch.
The Configuration file contains most of Keystroke's basic settings.
To use multiple Configuration files:
- Enter the basic settings that most or all workstations share.
- Make copies of the default Configuration file (KSCNF.DAT). Give each copy a standardized file name. For example: KSCNF1.DAT, KSCNF2.DAT, KSCNF3.DAT, etc.
- Use the Config= INI file setting to assign a different Configuration file to each workstation.
- Change the Configuration settings for each workstation as required.