The default workspace location is computed based upon the operating system and the defined user.
If your workspace needs to be located at an alternative location, then start the launcher by specifying the "–data"
parameter. For example, if you want to store a workspace on a USB drive connected to the system on drive G:, you can start the Lotus
® Expeditor by specifying rcplauncher –data G:\workspace
. As this is a non-standard location for the workspace, you must either update the shortcut used to launch the Lotus
Expeditor, or always use a console or Run menu to launch the Lotus
The same workspace can be referenced from different locations. For example, if the workspace is created on a USB-drive, it may attach as drive G: on one machine, and as D: on another. You will need to launch the Lotus
Expeditor and specifically identify the data directory on each launch.
See Overriding the workspace directory location
for more information.
Parent topic: Launching the Lotus Expeditor Client on the desktop